M di 10, No. 162. OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEDER 15,I 1M. Mf Cb a Iw.
rick and Sweltzer Ch se,
hPd Packagest al es,
head Packages Stated ates,
Pm1 Packages F s,
SkM Mfl Almonds.
Craaberry Sauce at
ABOUT THE EYES
Your eyes are subject to as many
different defects as the body ts to do-
formaties. Whereas it should be on*
of the most perfect organs of the body.
It is natural thpt you should need
gleoses for reading, writing, sewing
aud other lose work. Between the
ages of 40 to 50, a perfect eye should
need glasses at this age to relieve them
from the strain when used for close or
near work. Many young people ned
glasses early in life to relieve their
various forms of eyestrain, which is.
theS muse of 75 per cent. of all hoed-
ashes. Just think: It has boon proven
by eminent authorities that 3 people
*dt of every 4 that have headaches
hoav defective eyes. Glasses are the
swmedy, because they CORRECT the
DEFECTS. When properly fitted there
s SO eye strain. When you get rsaoy
ft be relieved of these headaohee oali
and me me. I make a specialty of cor-
reeting eyes where others fail. Satis-
faction guaranteed, or money refund.
e. My references are those that I
DR. D. M. BONEY,
Eyesight Specialist. Optical Parlors
I and 4 Gary Building, Ocala, Fla.
A Choice Stock
Of Fresh Beet, Pork
Vegetables, Fruits, Po-Jtry,
Eggs, Fish, Oysters and
Choice Fresh Family Groc
series, always on hand from
which to do your marketing.
Send or bring us your or
ders and they will have
W. E. SMITH.,
No. 98 North Magnolia St.
I have a well selected stock
of Electric Fans. in both the
General Electric Co. and the
Westinghousemake. The lat.
ter cost a little more, but re.
quire lees current to operate
them. I also carry in stock
Fancy Globes, High, Low
All kinds of electrical work
and repairing done at reason-
able prices, under a full guar-
antee. If your lights are out
of fix, or you need wiring
done, phone to No. 222.
'CAN'T GET THE CARS I
Nf'.- Engnes to Hsu; The-----The Rat-
rcad S.de of tne Story in the
Trartpo.tat on Trouo'e
;Ta:!.i.. 4 V
For s~everai ',ni.s *:. : - r.-
n.imerable have te.-, ..': i :-I th-
;varioui Filorida ral ",afiM, ;n udin t th-
Atlantic Coast Une. for ina(idqua.te and
insufficrent service. particularly in the-
fr,-ight department. and these criti-
< i-,is havy, of late increa'. d in volume.
A Times rnotL. who has had more,
;f xJerien(e- in writing railroad news
'than in any other branch of the news-
!pper work, recently .-,ured informa-
tlon on this irnportanr subject lha*, to
his mind, puts tho, ., itt.-r in .n eln-
itirely diff<-rent i -h'
' Thfe Atlairit. *'..- L r. h.s for
r niinv fi( ?>10 |;;., m'i .. tl.e it-ad-
li IK ],r dm> iv %'*' ;ndl fvar bji'ding works
of the country for rolling stock, of ab-
(olutely every description. A list of
orders for engines, pa-ssengt-r coaches,
box cars. freight care, phosphate cars
-nd rolling stock of every kind, that
has been in for the pe-riod referred to,
is sufficient to entirely equip the aver-
age railroad for excellent service. Ow-
ing to the immense der'and upon the
manufacturers from railroads in all
sections of the country, however, it is
impossible to have. the orders filled
rapidly. The Atlantic Coast Line. for
instance, had contracts for the delivery
of a large number of new engines, and
a large number of cars ef various kinds
on the first of October. The time for
delivery has been necessarily extended
to January 1. although the manufac-
turers are doing everything possible to
meet the Imperative demands of the
Coast Une officials.
During the recent state fair, several
gentlemen were discussing with W.
8. Robbins, the well known cattle judge
of Horace, Ind., the service given by
ftorida roads in connection with the
fAjr. "During the past few months,"
said Mr. Robbins, "I have judged cat-
tle at fairs in many states. Florida
has less cause for criticism than quite
a number of these states. and I have
learned that in reality the railroads
are not responsible-in fact, it is to
their advantage to furnish all the roll-
ing stock needed. The trouble lies in
this fact: Practically every section of
the United States is developing so
rapidly--and I might even say unex-
pectedly-that it is absolutely impos-
sible for the engine and car builders to
supply the demands made upon them
for rolling stock, and even for rails,
cross-ties and other things needed in
the construction work. The service
given on account of the fair, although
not what it should be. Is better than
that given in a majority of other states
which I have visited during the past
The Times believes that all Florida
roads are straining themselves to ren-
der better service, and is indeed glad
to have secured information proving
this to be the case with the Atlantic
IN PRAISE OF
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
There is no ether media. ne manufac-
tuerd that has rece:e-d so much praise
and so many expret-.s- ns of g-Lrftitude
as Chamberlain* Cout-. Remedy. It
is effective and prompt relief follows
its use. Grateful ,.r rz:s everywhere
do not hesitate to testify to its merits
for the benefit of ethers. It is a cer-
tain cure for croup and will prevent
the attack If given &t the first appear-
ance of the disease. It is especially
adapted to children as it is pleasant
to take and contains nothing injurious.
Mr. M. A. Humphreys, a well known
resident and clerk in the store
E. Locke, of Alice, Cape Colony, South
Africa, says: "I have used Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy to ward off
croup and colds in my family. I found
it to be very satisfactory and it gives
me pleasure to recommend it." For
sale by all druggists.
ORANGES FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Choice fruit rarefu':- se'eced for
the holiday trade. A'srrt'd cri.nges
and tangerines if de.ried frnm the
Howard groves, at S12.25 f. h. Au-
burndale. Address. E. M. Howard.
either Auburndale or Ocala.
BANK ROBBERS WERE BCLD
Outlaw Industry Seems to Still Flour-
ish in Missouri
Drexel. Mo., Dec. -15-A bold and
daring bank robbery waa pulled off
yesterday morning. the rcbbe. escap-
ing with their booty.
The safe of the Intersta te bank was
blown open and about .ive thousand
dollars In cash was secured by the
robbers to pay them for tkeir night's
work. They made their escape into
the darkness before people reached
the scene after beir.g aroused by the
noise of the explosion wh.ch blew up
This Will Interest Dyspeptics
The Anti-Monop(.y D-jgstore w1 J
nice line of Cut Glass and
DR. OSLER'S MOTHER
REFUTES HIS THEORY
New YTork. December ]5-A dis-
patch from Toronto says that Mrs
Feathe;rstone Osler is celebrating her
one hundredth birthday today. Mrs.
Osler is the mother of four distin-
guished sons, among them Dr. William
Osler, who recently asserted that hu-
man usefulness ceases at sixty years.
THE TEXAS WONDER
Cures all kidney, bladder and rheu-
mratic troubles. Sold by all drugstores,
,r two month's treatment by mail for
$1. Dri K W Hall, 2926 Olive street,
St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials.
Sold in Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES
We are agents for the New Home
Sewing Machine and carry them in
stock. Call and see the machines and
get prices. Sold on time is preferred.
Pittman & Son, the furniture men.
Masks, masks, masks. We have
them. The Postofice Drugstore.
HARI KARl FOR HIM
Sensational Attempt at Suicide of a
New York Actor.
N>w York, Dec. 15.-A sensational
attempt at suicide was made in a
Sixth Avenue saloon today by Rankin
Duvall, an actor, 40 years of age. Du-
vall entered the saloon, and walking to
the lunch counter picked up a long-
bladed cheese knife, and turning to the
bartender with a smile asked: "May
I use this.":
"Certainly," replied the bartender.
thinking he was about to slice some
cheese for himself. Instead, to the
horror of the people in the saloon, he
unbuttoned his coat and vest and, pres-
sing the point of the knife to his ablo-
men, threw himself heavily yto the floor.
Before anyone could reach him he had
thrust the weapon twice more into the
Duvall did not lose consciousness and
when asked why he had done such a
thing replied: "Oh, I'm a criminal;
At the hospital where Duvall was
taken it is said he has only a slight
chance for recovery.
The Jeweler and
The Holiday Shoppers
Will find at our store one of the largest
newest, and most complete Stocks of
Jewelry of All kinds,
Pinas, Embem Pias,
Chains and Fobs,
lair Ornamfmits, &c.,
That has ever been shown in this city.
I COdt ass, Fi Chila, Fine
Sler"U and Plated Silverware
of aD k s nSt yles, Fi
UIbrdlas, wih or wUihot de-
tachable andies, Soivenlr
Postal Car, Cocks, Et. We
do t amckow ge a bel
slock in ths secm.
Our prices will compare most favorably
with our competitors, and the goods are
the very best. Give us a share of your
New Arrivals Coming Every Day
AB Khits o1 Repairig
JL South Side of Square JL
Doa't think for a ulsndethat we have gone
outof the Fynittae Besiesm in Ocal We
are here to stay and have some exceptionally
fine baa ti s to oier in FUIIITREI and all
Favorite tonic is White's Cream Ver-
mifuge. the cure for women and all
children's diseases. It not only kills
the worms, but removes the muncm
and slime in which they build their
nests. Its action on the child s mild
and leaves him In a healthy ce&,^- n
Joe Daniel, Surmac, Ten., says that
he gave one of his children White's
Cream Vermifuge when the doctor
thought it had cole, and from the nrst
dose the child passed 7 worm. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly Da, eotore.
If it is Put hInto Practia, His Estat
Will Give th Se a Beast
New York, Dec. 15.-Andrew Carne-
gie. in an address before the Crvie
Federation yesterday, aid that he be-
lieved that the major portion of estates
of enormously wealthy men s d go
to the state upon the death of the ps-
ressor of the fortune. Mr. Carnegie op-
When you have that "empty f e ag"
a call on us will give Immediate T gL
SWe cm Y~
TIp Top C ,o*-... ... ... -.,.
Wiue Label Cofe.... ... ,.
r* L. M ,l p o rk i d 11 I *. -
Strained Hoey, 1 "gM1.m i. i.
Dr. Prime' Wheat Celery.. ...
7 Bar* Lenox Seep... ... ... ... S
Dutch Herring, Mackerel,
Cod PM h, Dried, Herring,
French Sardin, Etc&
*orth of City Markt
OUR NEW IONSIDES
Plans and Specifications of the Battle-
ship that Will be Able to Whip
Any Other Fighter Afloat
Washington, Dec. 15.-Congress re-
ceived from Secretary Bonaparte yes-
terday the draft of the big battleshlpW
provided for at the last session.
There were four separate plans sub-
mitted by the construction bureau of
the navy department and six sets by
private firms and individuals. The
plan selected by the department was
one prepared by the construction bu-
reau erbodying many novel features
and designs, the broadside fire being
25 pei. cent. greater tpan that of any
ot' er battleship now built or building;
the elevation of the guns being great-
er, with consequent increase of long
range fire; the defense qualities dis-
tinctly superior to any other battleship
and the per centage of weight of hull
and armor exceeding by 3,000 tons the
largest battleship yet built.
The ship is to be 510 feet long, 85
feet 2% inches beam, 20,000 tons dis-
placement; 27 feet draught. 2,300 tons
coal capacity, and 21 knots speed.
She will have ten-inch riffes and
fourteen 5-inch rapid fire guns and
some small machine guns to repel tor-
pedo attacks. The limit of cost is
FOLLOWING THE FLAG
When our soldiers went to Cuba ard
the Philipines, health was the most
Important consideration. Willis T.
Morton, retired commissary sergeat,
U. S. A., of Rural Route 1, Ccncord,
N. H., says: "I was two years tIn
Cuba and two years in the Philip-
ines, and being subject to colds, took
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-
sumption, which kept me in perfect
health. And now, in New Ham-re.
we find It the best medlcie In the
world for coughs and colds, bronchial
troubles, and all ung diseases." Guar-
anteed at Tydings & Co.'s dug tore.
Price 50 cents and $1. Trial bottle tree.
IN PENAL SERVITUDE
Their Neighbors are Sorry That They
Were Not Hung
Valdosta, Ga., Dec. 15.-The last of
the Rawlings case was witnessed yes-
terday when Jesse Rawlings was tk-
en to Macon to begin his lfe Sa-
tence in the camps of the Cbsrkm
Brick Company, which made applica-
tion for him. He is to be put in
change of a ditching machine. Milton
Ra.wlings was sent to Fargo and
Leonard was carried back. to Babcock.
The boys wanted to be sent to the same
camp but the officials thought best to
There has been considerable disgust
throughout this section over the ef-
fort to have the young men pardoned.
There was strong disappointment over
the action of the prison commission
in grant ing executive clemency, es-
pecially to the older boys. The people
here are. familiar with the crime for
which the boys were sentenced, and
there is a feeling of resentment at ef-
forts to annul the work of the courts.
PUBLIC SPEAKER INTERRUPTED
Public speakers are frequently in-
terrupted by people coughing. This
would not happen if Foley's Honey and
Tar were taken, as it cures coughs and
could and prevents pneumonia. The
genuine contains no opiates and is in
a yellow package. Sold by all druggists.
THEY TURNED ON THE GAS
New York, Dec. 15.-A man about
forty years of age, believed to be the
Rev. C. S. Quinn, pastor of St. Agnes
church at Atlantic Wighie4ds, N. J.,
and a young woman thought to be Mim
8. Klley. also of Atlantle High'-"*^
were found dead In a room on the top
floor of an East Highland street board-
ing house yesterday.
Th room was filled with the fumes
of gas. whigh has escaped from a part-
ly openened Jet in the room.
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I"9 Soo&k Thkd Stout
Oa.09A11la. pbom %a
Aft Loadwe $1
.4 : .-
B. H. SEYMOUR
J. F. WILUAMOON. Prep.
We Make a Speoialty of Lded irtb
of ai KInd
Rates ReesnsbkMe-AII Ge.d Wesd
oad Clean-d on Short Ned and i -
Al traltelet We s t aBet tor
witin days will be i.m for rckim
Has reopmened hi mast i -k-t
the abon4 dAr Lime &poC TerCwU
always SAd at tha" pde. the bea it
frte beef, porfk amN ltto v
fish and oystam will e fape h f
is OLso mm Mm
Near the A. L Dset. Odas. i.
I have bouw t weodyard oeSa-
ad between Ol aw avea al.d
Broadway, and a bav s awc k at
pvma or bt aa eO A We ftAA
deUered to may rt atae dty sP $1
cash. Can at the y- or u
0. IL M"VE-RALPRI* IL.0OWEN
Fm bashm -ukwda No
An W"DmforDr yLensSm-
kekssoa"d P.9S i
C. Jo FPHILLIP
PAGi i IiWO ICILA EVEING STARISTURDAY. DECEBER 15 1g
EVENING STAR 1 A
C. L. BITTINGER A CO.
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll ,
Proprietors an Publishers. !
C. L BITTINGER, i
Editor and General Manager
R. R. CARROLL,
City Editor and Bus...ss* Manager.
The grand jury recommends that
the county commiissiopers publish a
full report of their proceedings in the
county newspapers. The people should
certalmy not bn e kept in the dark as to
the official actions of their representa-
Now that jar"- he Star. Even since
this paper began publication. some ten
years ago. It has never faJled to pub-
lish the proceedings of the board of
county commissioners in full.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
held their monthly meeting at the res-
idence of Mrs. N. I. Gottlieb yester-
day afternoon. The attendance was
most gratifying and the proceedings
interesting. Several ladies made ap-
plication for membership. The report
of Mrs. Edward. Badger on the monu-
ment showed $564.22 in the hands of
the treasurer, and encouraging reports
are coming in of other contributions,
and it is hoped that shortly enough
money wili be on hand to begin, the
work of commemorating in granite the
deeded of the brave men cf 1861-1865.
Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall and Mrs.
Frank Harris were named as a com-
mittee to arrange a special historical
program to fittingly commemorate on
January 19th, 1907. the 100th birthday
of the great Robert E. Lee. Mrs. Gott-
lieb served the chapter with delicious
refreshments. She was assisted in
serving by Misse. Nellie Gottlieb and
H. C Barne.s. a prommnen' naval
stores uman of Jacksonville., and a mem-
ber of the hi m of Je.ssup. Btrnes & Co.,
made AL. Rogers a flying visit as his
turpentine camp across the river to
see what kind of diet made the colonel
keep in such a healthy ;. d fat condi-
tion. He did not have, t, wait long
for su;pi' r \\as being pu '. the table
They sat down to what Mr. Barnes
thought wa.- an every ev'lning meal of
pork ribs and pork cho. .. corn bread.
coffee. pure cream, new corn syrup.
hogs head cheese. fluffy biscuits. rice,
sugar coated yams. with a few delica-
cies thrown in for food measure of
Mrs. Rogers" own manufacture. Mr.
Barnes. who had the appetite of a bear.,
having crossed sixteen miles of dusty
roads, fell to and it was soon de ion-
strated that Barnes had an appetite,
and needed no suggestions, except am-
ple provender to provide for it. After a.
good night's rest and a breakfast that
was as good or better than the sup-
per of the night before, he left for
home, saying all that Col. Rogers had
told him was true to the bill as pres-
cribed by the genial hearted colonel
for a satisfied stomach and a content-
ed and happy mind.
John H. Spencer's four months old
pup had an experience the other day
with the A. C. L. southbound passen-
ger train that no dog pup in Florida
or any other commonwealth ever went
through. Mr. Spencer's children put
a coil of electrical cord around the
dog's neck for a collar and had a loop
of. say six Inches, at the end. The
pup wandered over to the passenger
depot, got under the train and the
loop in the cord caught in a brake
chain of the car. The train started and
the dog followed, not on his front and
hind feet, however, but on his hind
feet alone, the motion of the train
lifting his front feet from the ground.
As the train pulled out the dog was
seen beneath the cvar keeping pace with
the train. Mr. Spencer hearing ot the
incident thought he would see what
had become of the dog. Two miles
south of town lie found tht dog lying
beside the tack. lifeles, lie thought.
He examined the animal and found
there were no bones broken, that he
was breathing. but his eyes were fill-
ed with dust. He took the dog home,
bathed him with ointment and about
ten o'clock the animal came to his
senses and set up the iost piteous
lamentations. His eyes \\ere washed
out with warm water mnd in the in rn-
itg the dig \wa- quite ch 1et'fu!. and
took kindly to his rations
ASYLUM CHRISTMAS TREE
Miami, Fla., Dec. 13th. 10. S.*H. BLITCH W
To Florida Editors: Miami wil raise
$100 or over to give the unfortunate
inmates at Chattahoochee a little
SChristmas and sunshine. If other cities.
and towns in Florida will do as well
they N ill have a feast at once a year
in the future,* 4%q -
IL momeOlr, pro.e
Gao. J. @LIIC A Team
The Stroqg Hold the
SI appeal to an big hearted citizens of C J J j JJ
Stsrish R gs, Florida to help their worthy cause. U
Hon. John Stockton. Jacksonville.
Se Fla.. will receive all sums sent for this
Velvet Rugs, purpose and make the purchases. Any
__ Axptv T,-committee can send their gifts direct
A t to Superintendent Whitner. Chatta- Has Upon Public C
I appeal to all papers to publish this and
SRnotice. H. Dove Allison.
g1 Burmah KRugs,
Tapestry ugs,CHILDRECLEAN CITY CLUB The Est F
V R When you see a little girl or a little O
46- boy picking up paper in the streets or
^and Ad S quareft A B sweeping up the back yards in the Hull O c
d house neighborhood, it is not a new
kind of game. Each child wears a but-
ton announcing its membership to the HAVE CONNECTIONS
SN POPULAR S IZES Clean City Club. This was organized Alachua.
I N P OMP R I yesterday by Mrs. Gertrude Howe Brit- Anthony.
ton. head kindergartner at the social Archer.
settlement, and before another week it Arredondo.
is expected it will have a membership Berlin.
ATof 1.000. Here are the rules: Blitchton.
AT POPULAR PRICES 4 Pick up at least one piece of paper Bronson.
b from the streets every day. Campvitle.
SClean your own back yard and Conant. ..
porches, and try to interest the boy Connor.
HADESLINOLEU =d On.CLOTH and girl next door. Crystal River.
WINDOW SHADES, LINOLEUMKeep at least one flower in the win- Dunnellon.
dow. i Dutton.
Be smiling and clean yourself., Elliston.
-- ----- ,.The club is subdivided into groups, Evinston.
each group with a captain. The groups Felicia.
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE I 4 9 commanded by Will Dillon and Joe, Fort White.
One of the most complete and attrac- n record in cleaning up back of of prem-
tive stock of fine, up to date jewelry, ises. Watching them persons of ma.- THIS IS THE CHE
ture age become enthusiastic over the
in the city is now on display at our Conventions held every Monday at great clean up. For Rates Al
store. We may not have the largest a t c up
store. We may not have the largest- 7: O p. m. Castle Hall ovtr Peyser's Each child will report to the captain
or finest looking store in the country, store. A cordial welcome to visiting if his group at the end of the week.
but we assure you that we have the brot-ers. Jake Brown, L. C. and Mrs. Britton learns in this way
goods, thepvery best goods and the very 'has. K Sage. K. R. S. Just what has been accomplished.-
lowest prices a complished-
Be sure that you call and look over,ibune. M A R
our line of solid and plated silver, cut Why not have our City Improve-
glass and hina, watches, clocks, pins. I i nent Soclety adopt this plan and see
rings, bracelets, charms and emblems if it wil not in a short time remove
of all kinds, before you make your the paper from our streets.
Christmas purchases., _ _
Fred G B Weilie. Jeweler, o A regular communi- WHAT'S
South Side of Public Square. cation of Marion-Dunn Lodge. No. 19, W,,orth doing is worta doing well. If, E NT
SF. & A. M., will be held in the temple, you wish to be cured of rheumatism. .
NOTICE TO PRESSING Thursday evening. Dec. 20. use Ballard's Snow Liniment and you
CLUB MEMBERS: Visiting brothers cordially invited. will be "well cured." A positive cure; FINE CARRIAGES,
N_. I. Gottlieb, W. M. -for sprains, neuralgia, bruises, con-
If a suit of clothes belonging to Mr.1 Jake Brown, Secretary. tracted muscles and all the ills that TRA
R. A. Burford was delivered to some flesh is heir to. A. G. M. Williams,
member of the club by mistake two or
three weeks ago, please management.
Ocala Pressing Club.
I have a few boxes of fancy fruit,
half oranges and half grapefruit, suit-
able for Christmas gifts. Price, $3 per
box, f. o. b. Eastlake. David S. Wood-
rw, Postofflce Box, 957, Ocala.
WANTED AT ONCE
A first-class turpentine woodsman.
Must be sober and industrious and
able to control labor to work a ride of
boxes. Single or married Salary shall
be satisfactory. Address, at once, S.
W. Petteway, Dunnellon, Fla.
We will get your engraved station-
ery, cards, invitations, etc., done and
save you money.
Backache. cold hands and feet, rheu-
matism. and kindred ailments. caused
by improper action of the kidneys
yield readily to a short treatment of
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
They quickly drive the poison from
the system and thus afford relief. A
week's treatment for 25 cents. Recom-
mended and sold by the Anti-Monopoly
One of the best established and pay-
ing mercantile businesses. Will sell
building or give a long time lease on
property. This is a snap, and owner
has good reasons for offering it. Ad-
dress F. W. Ditto
When y >u have a cough or cld do
not ask some one %4hat is good for iu.
as there is danger in taking some un-
known preparation. F'oley s Honey and
Tar cure.- sughc- colds ani p ,events
pn ,un:on;, The genuine is in a yel-
lVw ;pack,- i F fus. ub-,titutes. Sold
by al' druig-,'
IA)ST-Rmng with -. number of keys
James Farri. w ho) stated f,"o Pan- attached, Supposefd to have dropped
ama several months ago. g.ot as far them at post ftice Saturday Reward
as New Orleans anid the longer lie ie>,k- o,)r t-* retolurn of" !Imo ,) P. H Nugent.
ed at the trip ;and thought about it
the less incli,,d he was to make it I <'ep, p.aper :r. .: oQ rs :t c. nts
He returned t)o to ,'l a day ag.o ', >.. t1 ti l rWt.'*v Stor
The executive committee of the W have a c.)'mpi.e Line of drug-
(.>cala board of tradi., that has been i gist's sundries, an] drugs. The most
sending out rt ,uest' to ttie merh'tnts up-to-dat Lrir the city. Tydings & Co.
of South Flii ida. reqlie.-t ug protest,
against the s,.rvice of the A. C. L. rail-
road is rt-ceiving gent-rous response.
We learn by the Gainesvillh Sun that
our young friend Alber! Alnson 'ra-
halm. who spent several months in that
city, is no\\ in New Mtxi.o Good
luck to him in his new home.
See i.ise liandso ne dining tables.
siteboartts and ha'l ru.'ks at Mclver &
Ma. Kay dtf
We atr ,. ift-4u.arters f r all kinds of
statil,ne.ry. (< 'tm and see us when in
:',-ed )f ar.y. T'e Post .,ffie Drug-
Mr. Sam Weil has returned from 1- have sold al; of our chafing
Tampa to spend Sunday with his fam-- dishes. but have a shipment that will
ily in this city. come by express next week. The Post-
MEN ARE POWERLESS Orno Laxative Fruit Syrup, the
Snew Laxative, stimulates, but does not
S F t At against Disease U la m Tby irritate. It is the best laxative. Guar-
StrkLe at the Laerlla nd C1ane, anteed or your money back. Sold by
To treat Dandruff, and Falling Hair. all druggists.
with Irritants or oils on which a para-
altic germ will prosper, is like scooping A new line of iron beds nearly on
water from the ocean to nrevent the td ly
-. IO, OaF.
Tulula Lodge, No. 22. 1. 0. 0. F..
meets every Tuesday evening in
Election of Officers
The last meeting night of this month
being on Christmas night, same has
been called in, and election of officers
will be held on Tuesday night, the
18th inst. A full attendance is urgent-
ly requested. E. Jeffords, N. G.
W. E. Bryant, Secretary.
Hundreds of Our Readers Know What
Navasota. Texas, writes: "I have used
Ballard's Snow Liniment for sprained
ankle and it gave the best satisfaction. T I N
I always keep it in the house.* Sold
by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. HORSES
Tallahassee. Dec. 15.-The next qual-
ifying examination for the scholarship
awarded under the Rhodes bequest has
been fixed for the 17th and 18th of
Florida is entitled to one scholar, to
begin residence in Oxford, England.
October. 1907. The examination of ap-
plicants for Florida will be held on
Thursday and .Friday, January 17th
and 18th. All candidates for this
scholarship from Florida must report
confidence is Evidenced by Ift
*-- -- i -i^* I--- W MWWA
tida TelephoAn C
r GAINESVILLE AND THEIR
pply to the Ocall
THEK POLLOWINO Poem.
Rook 8, 1 a
OF COMMUNICATION K
a Telephone Company.
VEHICLES, FAST HOURS
AND MULES FOR SALE'
HORSES BOARDED BY THEM(
A. C. Qums, General Maugs.
We Are Open for
a 9t o CIOCK a. im., .nursuay. January
It Means 17th, 1907, at the Brown House. Gaines- U* * "'
The kidneys are overtaxed. ville. to Dr. J. N. Anderson, the exam- .
Have too much to do. iner for 1907. 'OO OU CU OME
They tell about it in many aches W e V ftt 1 M'
and pains- NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS h i K o ,
Bachache., sideache, headache, L-ais Td e S o U e.i.
Early syhiptons of kidney ilts. We are pleased to announce that LA dIeS aX. IAaens S O esS M M 9 ,
Urinary troubles, diabetes, Bright's Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs. 9 nOlng, G nt' 7.....t.Li ,.
disease follow, colds and lung troubles is not affected S' (loUtU3 U ,UUZ 1 5il
Vinecnt de Leo, 15 Spruce St., Tam- by the national pure food and drug vi 0 t C" ,_ f_ f5..
pa. Fla., says: law as it contains no opiates or oth- O u pFICes a e e v y eASo3 Oa lg. .AM;
k'Doan's Kidney Pills cured me of er harmful drug. and we recommend f gante
kidney trouble and backache, from it as a safe remedy for children and '"
which I have suffered for a number of adults. Sold by all druggists.
years. I have been annoyed by con- T SL L T s 0 ,
tinual dull, heavy pains across my DUNNEt.LON'S ELECTION THE SAMPLE CLOTHING AND SE
loins, sometimes so severe as tc al. .Ps'
lay me up. The kidneys did not work e election of Tuesday was of un- Montezuma BlocC, Bloom & Foor, Proprietors, Oca Flori .
regularly, and the secretions were darK al interest, there being a great .
and strong smelling, causing me no .tany more candidates in the field for
end of trouble, particularly during the town offices that there have been at
night. vn account of the frequency of any election for a number of years. NE W 0 Km ik"
the passages. I was also bothered a The following town officers w 0reL 6 E1
great deal in this way during the day. elected: J. M. Barksdale. mayor: S. C.
and if allowed to stand they contained M. Thomas, marshal and tax collec-
a brick-dust like sediment. I tried tor: J. C. Thompson. clerk and tax as-
a number of remedies in hope of find- ses-sor: H. Peter. treasurer. T. K. North. r 1
ing something to relieve the pain, but J. K. NMixson and George McGahagin. A lci & a e
nothing seemed to reach it. Seeing *,,uncilmen: N. H. ,os1el:. J. \W. (Cas- '
Doan's Kidney Pills advertised. I got el: and W. D. Edwards. city corn- Are Well Equipped With the Most Sitiled Mechanic and time L.t J*'* 9
a. box, and tried the remedy. I am mitteemen.-Dunnellon Advocate. chinery and Tools for Doing at Short Notice all Kinds of
very niu.h pleased with the results. -- .
Since using the pills I have not had THAT'S IT. LIGHT TURNING, FITTING, PIPE CUTTING, THREADING AND
the backache. the se-retions have been REPAIR WORK
cleared up. and I have had no trouble C tough yourself into a fit of spasm *"
at all during the night. I think so and then wondr 'nhy you don't get A Specialty Made of the RepaJring and Adjusti g of ,
much of the pills that you are welcome well. If you will "nly try a hottle" of Marine and Stationry Engines of Light Horspowr, itMer t ",':-
to) us.e vmy name as a reference.' Ballard's Horehound Syrup your cough Gasoline, Automobiles and Automobile Eagi.s, Eta
I will be a thing of the -past. It s a
cents. Ft iur Co.. Buffalo, N. positive cure for cughs. influenza., Agents for the Monarch Ball metal t he Calumet Gas Engine Oil, he le .
Y.. s )1e agents f.or the United States. bronchitis, and all pulmonary dis-uases. Ehsti Pit, the D D ry Btt .
Renmber th-_ name-Dan's--and one bittie will (convin,_- Vo-at y.-ur DEALERS IN PIPES, FITTINGS, SHAFTINGS, .PULLEYS W..' *.
Re_,5,.aber th.e$ nam.e-Doan'b-and2-the
take no t'r. drug st^ $1 Sore. by the PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL AIL ORDER O|
MAILING MACHINE FOR SALE .
The Star has a good mustang mailer WEATHER FORECAT
and about thirty galleys to match that -O a:a: '.:s g
it will sell cheap for cash. The mailer Washington. Dec. 15-Partly cloudy
and galleys are in good order. some of tonight and Sunday: colder Sunday in S '*' -
the galleys never having been used. northwest portion. Sucocsor to YONGE A CUNE
The increase of our subscription list S 8HOP PHONE NO. M34 NIGHT PHONE NO. & U' '
requires the use of a more rapid ma- E. C. DeWitt & Co., of Chicago. at
chine, therefore we wish to sell the whose laboratory Kodol is prepared
one now in use. assure us that this remarkable digest-,
ant and corrective for the stomach
MORE FINE STOCK COMING conforms fully to all provisions of Ihe F o' tn G r oc eyI
____ National pure food and drug law. The O pI i nIg, POC.j
Having sold out the carload of fine Kodol laboratory is a very large one,
horses and muless we received a short but if all the sufferers from indigestion the .
time ago, our Mr. Hugh Nichols has and stomach troubles could know the I have bought the Fort King egey S .E.A
gone to market for another car of fine virtues of Kodol it would be impossi- ed it with a complete, fresh line of Staple ad
animals, which will be here in a few ble for the manufacturers to keep up ri f h
days. This load will be well worth with the demand. Kodol is sold here' Fancy GrocerieS for the family trade. Will y
waiting for. and we ask you to come by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. only the freshest and best goods to be h4ad s
and set them nn their arrival "---- .._._i ... A_ at. __ --
RHEINAUER & CO.
Offer a Complete Assortment of
OCALA EVENIING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBEeR 1S. 19ft
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Avoid alum and alum phos-
phate baking powders. The
label law requires that all
the ingredients be named
on the labels.
for the alum compounds.
NOTE.--Safety lies in buying only
Royal Baking Powder, which is a
pure, cream of tartar bakingpowder,
and the best that can b made.
pThe Ag'ath',-nd.Ln ~S c ie~y hel-id :I .-
rt:g-ular mn--tinrg Prid;.y evening, Dec.
14th, 190; Aftf"r the minutes of the
last kneeling j';i; been rcad and ap-
proved, the following interesting pro-
gram was rende ed:
Oration. "('yrus the Great"--Curtis
Ekay, "The (Oralhe-.' -Margarvt An-
Declamation, The Beleagured City"
Essay, "Ancient hd a of God'-Ellen
Recitation, "The 13ilders"-Lou Mc-
Oration. 'Influence of Geography Up-
on the History of a Country"-Hugo
Recitation, "At the Spinning Wheel"
Essay, "A Child's In uence"--Carrie
Recitation. "Fishing" -Ruth Dunn.
Oration, "Thomas Edison"-George
Debate. "Resolved, That Football is
a Beneficial Exercise." Affirmative,
Warner Smith. Genevitve Smith; neg-
ative, Edward Green, Carlisle Izlar.
The judges, Carl Lytle, Dan Capple-
man and Mary Burford, decided in
favor of the affirmative.
Paper by the editor.
After the critic's report, there being
no further business, the society ad-
journed to meet Dee. 21st, 1906.
Maggie Lytle, Secretary.
The largest line of cut glass we have
ever shown. The goods are right and
the price righter. The postoffice Drug-
Tm yea rso was a OOd typewriter
Five y earso was a bttotypewrite
Today is the beettypewritr
i m htmm um mmmbes
m u lml" m o uEadlme.m
degrumgmm bowtsOwmer wegatmb L
Seat anywhere la the United States on
te a y test to pve its aupeiorty.
Sllesulu Count, 'a bandeome book of
valuable typewriter aformaton.a aid
same of nearest representatire, tree
M alMtIo Bulldln& ChOhao
and Jacksonville. Fla.
The pa.senge-rs and conductor in an
A. C. L. railroad coach were being en-
tertained by the soliloquies of a negpo
woman, who was endeavoring to give
her eight months old child his dinner
by the natural method for children at
that age. It ran something like this:
"Take youh dinneh, Gawge Washing-
"Now Gawge Washington Jackson
you better take youh dinner!
"If you don't take youh dinneh
Gawge Washington Jackson I's a gwine
give it to the conductor!"
The conductor had urgent business
in the baggage car and did not wait
to join in the hearty laugh at his ex-
pense.-Crystal River News.
DEATH FROM LOCKJAW
Never follows an injury dressed with
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Its antiseptic
and healing properties prevent blood
poisoning. Chas. Oswald, merchant of
Rensselaersville, N. Y., writes:, "It
cured Seth Burch, of this place, of the
ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw."
Cures cuts, wounds, burns, aed sores.
25 cents at Tydings & Co., druggists.
Price 25 cents.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN
Harness factory and tannery, con-
veniently located. New buildings and
up to date machinery. Address, "Fac-
tory," care this paper.
HORSES AND MULES
We have our horses and mules se-
lected by another member of the firm,
who Is always on the ground in Ken-
tucky, and therefore get only the very
choicest animals. We fully guarantee
every horse and mule sold by us.
Patterson & Crutcher,
At Marion FTrms Stables.
HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE
A splendid family driving horse and
buggy and harness for sale. Apply to
M. Handlesman at the Boston Store.
A bookkeeper who is also a steno-
grapher, preferred. can get a good posi-
tion with the Oxford Crate Co., at
Wanted, several good white men, in
the mill of the Oxford Crate Co. at
Crystal River. Steady positions and
good pay for the right kind of men.
W. H. TYSON
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in High
Grade Whiskies, Wines and Brand-
ies, Fine Cigars, Etc
Next door to the Marion Farms
Stables; 'phone, 388. We are the only
dealers here who handle all beers. No
25 South Magnolia street, Ocala, Fla
OLD RAGS WANTED
10 CENTS PER POUNCE
The Star office will pay ten cents
per pound for old cotton or linen rags
any color, but they must be clean, for
use in cleaning presses and machinery
LARGE BLACK MULE FOR SALE
I have one large black mule I will
sell for $150. Perfectly sound and a
good animal. Apply to W. D. Cam, oi
Martin & Cam.
Remember the coupons with each 1(
cent purchase, when you buy at th<
Ocala News Company.
Wood, wood. Order your stove woo4
from B. H. Seymour. Phone 15I
Don't wait until freezing weather.
If you want a good turpentine mule
or farm or mill horse, see Patterson d
Crutcher, at the Marion Farms Stable
Crepe paper in all colors at 5 centi
per roll, at the Variety Store.
WOODMEN ELECTION AN ELEGANT LUNCHEON
SMrs. S. T. Sistrunk gave an elegant
Fort King Camp No. 14. W. 0. W.. luncheon this afternoon at 1 o'clock,
had a good. old-fashioned meeting last complimentary to two of Ocala's most
night. An unusually large number charming brides. Mrs. L W. Duval and
was present and business was transact- Mrs. W. H. Harrison.
ed with neatness and dispatch, its dry Places were laid for twelve and each,
details illuminated by the wit of the plate was marked with a heart shaped
sovereigns. name card, on which was appropriate
Luther D. Stafford and Adolph O. sentences In prose or poetry. The color
Deamo were initiated. The goat gal- scheme was white and the table was!
ilopedi gaily from his stall and gave banked with bride's roses, and a huge
ith.-r th.- ridt- of their lives, but they rose was laid at each plate. The
-tuck to his back like heroes: perhaps. places laid for the guests of honor w .ei
The annual elcti.n \.as held w;th with -h',- ribbon and simple? covered
ithe t,, i: ng result: ,wi'h "* i ,. or tags and !doll s!;p-,
-', V.- he '' r, e
onui ;.n-rP V L :h ',,e usual in. criptions
* e,,,, f',nld on o rine.& trunk were Inscribed.
THE VARIETY STOlE.
.\vi Ler ,Lieutenntr.-J. W. W ':-,-. The tittle trunks were filled with ro.st
ank.-r-R,,yal C~ie. ptiPi~.:.
S-rk-'". K. Sage. Th- luncheon cons 'ted of seven
Escort-B. N. Dosh. courses and was most exquisitely serv-
WVWat',hr.in-Rb4ert FP.nn. -d. After luncheon the guests were:
SfSentr-:.A. 0 Dame. given pretty heart shaped programs of
Manarter-J. ti. Benjamin.. the Wedding of the Operas, compris- :(
SIt v>s th,- uwianimn"us wish of the ing a series of questions, the answers
.:.p jt'hat N. I. Gtitlieb should con- of which were the names of famous
mnuep- a (c,nsul commander. an office operas. This was both amusing and >
ti'at he has long and worthily filled, instructive. '
but he- positively declined re-election. The guests spent the entire after- -
No lodge in Oca!a has ever had a bet- n'on with Mrs. Sistrunk and it was the
ter prezi-ling officer than N. I. Gott- opinion of each that she had never .
likb. spent a more delightful half day in her U
The r.--w officers will be installed at life than was this one. I
the n-ex meeting. Friday. Jan. 11, 1907. Mrs. Sistrunk's guests were Mrs. L.
Afte' the ceremonies, the sovereigns :W Duval, Mrs. G. H. Harrison. Mrs.
wiv: l.artakte of a supper, to obtain E. L. Carney, Mrs. C. C. Carroll, Mrs.
w hi h a competent committee has beer. W. H. Hocker, Mrs. W. M. Scott, Mrs.
:appointed(. R. A. Burford. Mrs. Dittmer. Mrs. Mc-
Iver. Mrs. Weathers, Mrs. E. K. Nel- I
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED son.
With local applications, as they cannot Mrs. Sistrunk is one of the mostI1
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh charming of the many delightful so-M
is a blood on constitutional disease, ''iety ladies of the city. and the gath- C
and in order to cure it you must take rings at her horpe are always hailed
internal imdicines. Hall's Catarrh with pleasure. She was at her best
Cure is taken internally and acts di- this afternoon and the time flew too >
rectly on the blood and mucous sur- Iquickly.
faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a
q(ua(k medicine. It was prescribed by A BATHROOM IN JAPAN.
one of the best physicians in this coun-
try for year. and is a regular prescrip- Ty In Space, With a Round Tub
tion. IL is composed of the best tonics and Si-ile Fitti.
known, combined with the best blood'
purifiers, acting directly on the mu-! This bathroom In Japan was a tiny
cous surfaces. The perfect combina- i space 4 by 6 feet, says a writer in the
ti,,n of the two ingredients is what pro- Craftsman. In it were four objects, a
duces such wonderful results in cur- stool to sit upon when washing oneself
ing Catarrh. Send for testimonials before getting into the bath. a shining
free. F. J. CHENEY & CO, brass wash basin, a wooden pail and
Proprietors, Toledo, 0. dipper in which to fetch the bath wa- !
Sold by druggists, price, 75c. Take ter and the tub. The tub, like most
Hall's Family Pills for constipation. private baths, was round, casket shap-
T ed and made of wldte wood. It was
The 1:50 a- m. train on the A. C. perhaps thirty Inches In diameter and
due at Ocala Dec. 14th, reached here Inchesh A er I
at 3 p. m. of that day. A very dead twenty-seven Inches high. A copper N
engine and lack of fuel was the cause funnel or tube passing through the bot-
of the delay. The engine was a coal tom went up Inside close to the edge. j
burner and not being able to get the This, filled with lighted charcoal, sup-
black diamonds to burn took on a load i plied heat for the water. The pipe was I
of old cross ties to get up steam with. higher than the tub, so the water i
could not leak inside. A few trans-
THE PENINSULAR verse bars of wood fitted into grooves
INDUSTRIAL. INSURANCE CO, and formed a prot- .n so the bather
OF JACKSuNVILLE, FLA., could kneel in the i without coming
Pays the most liberal sick, accident In contact with tb. not i'ie. The walls I
and death benefits upon the paymenti of the room were -'. wi te wood, with i
of small weekly premiums. Ia pretty grain; the Or r of pine, laid I
The Peninsular is one of the strong-wit a slight slope and grooved the
est insurance companies in the land, with a slight slope and grooved so the
and has many thousands of policies in water might flow into a gutter and '
force in Florida. All claims are paid through a bambao pipe to the yard. A j
promptly upon demand. Call on or moon shaped lattice window high uplk
write S. P. Brockington, Local Agent,!
office over Teapot Grocery, Ocala, Fla. let in air and light As a provision for
more ventilation the two outside walls !:
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE for a foot below the ceiling were lat-u
Stice of bamboo slats.
Arrival and Departure of Trains at As my eye traveled from object to li
Ocala object I quickly sized 'up the cost-
Day Trains for the tub, 8 yen, and it would last
Northbound... y Tr.......... 12:57 p. I indefinitely; 2 yep for the brass basin
Southbound... ... ....... 2:20 p. m. 50 sen for the pail and dipper and 25
Night Trains sen for the stool. Eleven yen would!
Northbound...... ..... .. 2:10 a. m. fit up my bathroom, and I asked for i
Southbound........ ....... 2:30 a. .;nothing nicer.
SA The Skin and Liquids.
|CA S T O R I The skin has a remarkable power ofti
; absorbing liquids brought into contact
F'Or Infits ani Chie with it. Fluids so taken up are inI
b I Y Have Ai part detained locally and in part enter
the tiny vessels (blood and lymph) that I
Bears the %' / lead to the large blood vessels. In the 1
Signatu-e of Ci i days of long ago blood baths were 1
used, but their employment was found-
-d on Ignorance. The most important
SMr. W. E. Crawford, of Columbus, cns Lituents of blood cannot pass
Ga.. who is making Ocala his winter t:a1igh the skin unless they have been
headquarters, has returned from a bus- ,t, lyr treated chemically. Lo-
iness trip in West Florida. Mr. and blool so prepared are in the
s Mrs. Crawford are stopping at the Ok- ." .:-ed by some beauty lov-
Slawaha Inn. haths are more In agree-
-- .t wm, t:cience and common sense.
S FOR SALE-Two bed-room suites .ot reconcilable with one's
of furniture; one book case; one des Fin
Stable; one dining table and six dining ut teu gallons of milk to secure the
chairs. Apply to Mrs. E. Van Hood, :: -ortit of a few teaspoonfuls!
i 85 Fort King avenue. i
Genuine French stag and sterling sil-
ver toilet sets and brushes at the Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore. See our line be-
f" A#9L.8nmm n wau ntwem daw all ^IA ainmA
Mr. J. Starr Sternberger. formerly
of Ocala, is now connected with a large
rain coat manufacturing concern in
New York City.
A guarantee stands back of every
horse and mule purchased from us.
.We have two carloads of the best
Patterson & Crutcher, at the Marion
Miss Louise Scott Is visiting her
friend, Miss Mary L. Hatchett, at West
Palm Beach, and will remain over till
after the holidays.
Toilet sets and toilet cases and man-
icure sets in endless variety, at the
Rev. G. H. Harrison is home from a
visit to Charleston, S. C. and will fill
his pulpit tomorrow.
Do you want the most comfortable
place In the state to board, for the
money it will cost you? If so, come to
CoL Shipman's Montezuma boteL
Dolls, Dressers, Frml tsr
Ihon Toys, Stoves, Bants,
Pianos, Mecha'ical Steam
and Friction Toys, Tolet
Cases, Tool Chests, Chlina
Ware, Etc. ,
IM WR WiNNW Yff WILIUFM
DISM&ES SAWIE LS- OF ADP
Every Item is Worth ONE DOLLAR.
All go in s Sale (one day
only) for only
WE WILL ALSO SELL
1O Yards of
These goods are being sold
where at 18 etser yad. We
have about fifty patterns to select
THE VARIETY STORE. THE VARIETY STORL
JNO. M. GRAHAM.
W. D. GRAHAM.
MARION COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
iTgeiemn as Deeotoer' A.itaM. A-it t
A doctor in the north of Scotland
finds carrier pigeons of much use to L nd T"tles EUM SinM.
himy. He has a scattered practice, and
when on long rounds he takes several Fi H Insrfance8 0 ity, BiniligS, MMuchandiS ad iiM i Effs
pigeons with him. If one of his pa- -
ttents needs medicine immediately be TELEPHONE 868
writes out a prescription and by meansF
I of the birds forward it to his surgery.
Here an assistant gets the message, A CAR OF
prepares the prescription and dispatch.
es the medicine. If. after visiting a
patient, the doctor thinks he will be
required later on In the day he simply
leaves a pigeon, with which he can be
called if necessaryl.-London Express. I
Aet Detig a Thing.
"Yes, lady," said Hungry Higgina,
"police persecution ruined me life.
Why, when I wuz first arrested years
ago I hadn't been doin' a blessed
"Poor man," said the kind old lady,
I here's :: dime for you. And what 4 -
charge did they trump up against you.'?"
"Vagrancy, ma'am."-Catholic Stand-
ard and Times. .
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4 ', '~ I
AT OCi CKI ..WE WILL n nTO SUI i
S I OF WELUL S
.SU C AS...
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1M6
DAVID S. WOODROW,
Either in hard rock or pebble region.
It developed I can sell them' for you.
If not developed, I can have the worK
done for you.
I have the following to offer in
Ocala city property.
The northwest corner lot, 29 feet
facing Magnolia street and 84 feet on
North First street, facing the govern-
ment building site, is still unsold; also
the lot immediately south of it, 28
feet by 84 feet.
Situated immediately north of the
Seaboard depot. Has two-story, 18-
room hotel building upon it and out-
houses. Occupies entire block.
ALLRED DWELLING HOUSE
Also covers an entire block due north
of hotel. 12-room dwelling and barn
on south half of block. North. half can
be built on.
NEW ADDITION TO OCALA
I am platting forty acres west of the
Seaboard main line, which I will place
on t!e market in a few days. Good
title and easy payments. Wide streets
The garden spot of Lake Weir. I have
a small furnished cottage to rent there
by the week.or month. There is noth-
ing more beautiful in Florida. Buy a
lot and build a cottage. You will nev-
er regret it.
SILVER TABLE WARE
I have on display a splendid line of
sterling silver knives, forks and spoons.
You are cordially invited to come in
and see the goods.
A. E. Burnett. the Jeweler.
One hundred acres of fine melon
land for rent, one mile from depot.
Apply to A. B. Rou, Reddick, or J. L.&
A meeting of the democratic ex-
ecutive committee of Marion county, is
hereby called to convene in Ocala at
11 o'clock a. m. on Thursday, Decem-
ber 20th. 1908.
The purpose of this meeting is to
recommend a person for county com-
missioner from district No. 1, in place
of W. J. Chambers, who has declined
to qualify. Also to elect a state com-
mitteeman to fill the vacancy made by
the removal of W. K. Zewadski, and
such other business as may properly
come before the committee.
John M. Graham, Chairman.
FINE HORSES AND MULES
We have just received another car-
load of as good horses and mules as
were ever seen in this market, and we
invite those who are in need of good
stock to call and look them over.
Patterson & Crutcher.
At the Marion Farms Stables.
A Fine Ten-Room House
Will sell my fine residence in the
first ward. It is a two-story, ten-room
house and has a bath and all modern
improvements, la.'ge lot, at a price that
will interest buyers. Price and terms
reasonable to a responsible buyer. Am
having the city the cause of the sale.
Apply to M. Handelsman at the Bos-
ton Store. Ocala, Fla.
We have a small, but stictly up to
date, line of ladies' chatelaine bags in
alligator and other leathers, different
sizes and colors.
A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler.
BIG STOCK OF WATCHES
I have the best line of watches to
select from of any house in Central
Florida. Watcht-s for ladies and men,
and for any price; also any design or
size. Come in anti inspect the line.
A. E. Burnett, the Jeweler.
Three unfurnished rooms and a bath
room. Will rent to man and wife. ,jr
family with one child. Will make price
cheap. Want companion in house. In-
quire at the Star office.
BUSINESS MEN TAKE NOTICE
You can get a splendid, established
business, lease on the sto.-e. or can
purchase the store if preferred. Apply
to F. W. Ditto, quick.
WILL OPEN EVENINGS
Frank Gadson's Bazaar Store will be
open every evening until after the hol-
MR BLOUNT'S NEW HOME
The Fine House an Ex-Ocalan Will
Build in Tampa.
B. W. Blount. or the Peninsular Na-
val Stores Company, has let the con-
itract for the erection of a new home
.,n his s:.lendid bayshor.- boulevard
The contract price of the house is
147.000 andi it will pe-rhaps be the
tin-s' in the state. Tnr contract for
th*- erection of this home has been let
to the Jetton-Dekle Lumber Company.
.f this city. who have sub-let the con-
tract for the brick work to McGucken
Bro.-. The building will be construct-
ed of brick, stone and marble, and the
design is one of the handsomest ever
turned out by those well known archi-
tects, Miller & Kennard.
The ground has already been pre-
pared for the erection of the residence,
and the work will commence just as
soon as the material can be secured
and placed on the ground for the work.
TEDDY GRACEFULLY TUMBLES
Realizes That the Day for Simplified
Spelling has Not Amved
Washington. Dec. 15.-President
Rosevelt will withdraw his simplified
spelling order to the public printer.
and hereafter all documents from the
executive department will again be
printed in the old-fashioned style.
Representative Landis of the joint
committee on spelling had a confer-
ence yesterday with the president, when
the president said that he did not wish
to have spelling overshadow matters of
great importance and expressed a wil-
lingness to revoke his order for the new
spelling in case the house of represen-
tatives should go on record as op-
posed to the system. Accordingly Mr.
Landis introduced the following reso-
lution in the house:
"Resolved. That is Is the sense of
the house of representatives that here-
after in printing reports, documents
or other publications ordered by law.
by Congress or either branch thereof.
or emanating from the executive de-
partments. their bureau or branches
and independent offices of the govern-
ment, the government printing office
should., observe and adhere to the saan-
dard of orthography prescribed in gen-
erally accepted dictonaries of the En-
The measure was passed without a
AN ALARMING SITUATION
frequently results from neglect of clog-
ged bowels and torpid liver, until con-
stipation becomes chronic. This con-
dition is unknown to those who use
Dr. King's New Life Pills; the best
and gentlest regulators of stomach and
bowels. Guaranteed by Tydings & Co.,
druggists. Price 25 cents.
HE SHOULD HAVE BEEN HUNG
And the Man Who Employed Him
Should Have Dangled to the Other
End of the Same Rope
Pittsburg, Dec. 15.-Clifford Hooe,
the negro coachman convicted of per-
jury in connection with a deposition
made by him before the Hartje di-
vorce trial, was refused a ne trial
and sentenced by Judge Robert S.
Frazer tod pay a fine of $50 and the
costs of the court trial and impris-
onment of six years in the Western
Penitentiary of Pensylvania.
Almost Immediately after the sen-
tence was imposed Hooe was taken
to the penitentiary. Attorney J. Wel-
ford Holmes. one of Hooe's counsel,
said that an appeal would be taken.
NO OPIUM Iv
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
There Is not the least danger in giv-
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
small children as it contains no opium
or other harmful drug. It has an estab-
lished reputation of more than 30
years as the most successful medicine
in use for colds, croup and whooping
cough. It always cures and is pleas-
ant to take. Children like it. For sale
by. all druggists.
PROMISE OF MORE PASSES
Representative Garrett of Tennessee is
Trying to Keep the Country Editor
from Having to Walk
Washington. Dec. 15.-Representative
Garrett. of Tennessee. introduced a bill
in the house yesterday to amend the
railroad rate bil' in order that the rail-
road companies may issue transpor-
tation to newspaper publishers and
publishers of periodicals.
The amendment provides that it
shall be lawful for the railroads to is-
sue transportation to newspapers and
periodicals in return for advertising
space in those papers and magazines!.
It provides that the transportation
shall be issued at the regular public
rate charged for such transportation.
DR. BLOSSER'S CATARRH CURE
Editor Star: The undersigned thinks
that he can recommend the above cure,
having himself been cured of bronchial
and nasal catarrh. It comes in three
forms, cigarette, pipe and plate. Free
sample. I refer you to Rev. F. R. Brid-
ges, P. E.. L W. Moore, P. C., and
Mr. White, of the Christian church.
W. L. Ditto, Agent.
WAS IT STOESSEL'S HORSE
That Inflicted Perhaps Fatal Injuries
on Stoessel's Conqueror
Tokio. December 15.-General Nogi.
the Japanese commander who captur-
ed Port Arthur from the Russian forc-
es, was thrown from his horse yester
NO STORE In Florida press a mre beanalu, sel or a larger Ades, apr r r
member of e baly or any one of your Irends, aid aft esa te as meMas does mW Immm a M
beuyag presents get somethaeg Bat wiN be kept and sed. Look over ds sdhedoe whic ib dy a pWMd u ;
lines, and make your selecHlums.
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF PICTURES
Framed or unframed.
The finest line to select from in the
Beutttl Portaere ad Laue CrtaiRs.
Mantle, Table Scarfs, and Fire Screens in all of
the beautiful makes.
The Largest -a FPreles Li e Iof p
of all sizes and finish, Art Squares in all weaves and sizes,
and at different prices; Mattings, Linoleums, Etc.
ELEGANT DINING TABLES, LIBRARY AND
Center Tables in Mahogany, Golden Oak,
Mission finishes-Old English, Antwerp,
A"o Chairs an Rockers
in the different Mission finishes and Parlor Tables in the
dainty Vernis Martin finish. The list of chairs is a very
long one We hav elegant leather and plush upholstered,
straight ahd Morris Chairs, Rockers, and Dining Chairs.
The most comprehensive line of Reception Chairs, and
Rockers, in Oak, Willow and Leather, that one could want
to see. Also a pretty line for the children, from 5k to $4 each
You should not furnish your dining room until you
seen our Tables, in round or square, in any finish, but
ticularly pretty in the Golden Oak and Mission.
Handsome Sideboards, Bullets, and Chaa Closets
in the different and pretty finishes. All styles of Dining
Chairs, Art Squares, and a complete line of domestic and
imported China Sets. A new line of
Parlor and lad Lamps That Are Very Attractive.
Tolet Set and Jardialers.
R''k- IU I^
In Golden Oak, Birdseye Maple, etc., and the greatI
of Brass Beds of all styles and prices that if adu
Florida. Blankets and Bed Linen of all klads.
Pretty Dressing Tables and odd Bureaus in the
Lmd I' WrMig Bob ImInk Ca Cs-"d.
Gentlemen's Office Tables and Roll Top Desks of all
Sectional Book Cases, plain and leaded glass fe h t a"
Cases. Music Cabinets in Oak and Mahogany, at any
Lma de SW S mm d A Mm. of
Pretty Bathroom Mirrors, Medicine Cabineta, C
Whatnots, Ladies' Work Baskets and Tables.
COOKING STOVES, RAISES, AND EATU!S
Handsome sets of Harness, Saddles; Valises Gripis .
Suit Cases, all sips and shapes, from the cheapest teo....
finest made. Trunks of all styles and kinds, and at` '
prices. We also have a most attractive lot of
WaSm s kr be
If in this List you
Ranging in prices up tto
,,g.,n u t,,m j
do not find what
for it, as this is only
partial list of what we carry\
X4clver & N4cKay
The House Flurnlshers,
ALLEN W. BRIDGES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETIL
Dispenser of Westemr Fd, Veal, Flbda Stal Fed Bead, "-I,-"
Pm Ice Cream and ColdiDrs m Sta Ham, AUmes5. PSAM Samag.. Ca-
Cholct Cafndes, Ffts, tCq"ctw sge RutbagM, TaipL me Sw9b
Full Line of al Popular Bmads of CIgas. Potatos, Ir,--P-tato- Sgm-A O-t-.
Come in and enjoy a cold drink or saucer of cream under W. P. EDWARDS.
the electric fans. Don't forget the place. PHONE . .- . IorrY mui
ALLEN BRIDGES' ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Next to Munroe & Chambliss' Bank. HOLI D RATES.
* * *
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See About Your TILNTIC COAST I
Winter Cothing asT
Now Is the Time to By YoRAT OF ONE THIRD FARE, plus S5
So I Rthe round trip
Men s Ovecoats, Ladies TICKETS ON SALE
Long and Short Coats and Deoember 2oth to 25th inclusive; December 8oth,
January 1st, with final limit January 7tb
Heavy Underwear For information or reservations call on ticket A
SJ. .KILAN, .1. A.A, TA Nf"rML
M. Fishel's chrism Hoiy R
. SOUTHERN RAIL
IC]MT S..r'T AirM I A ] es- I* SAiK Tickets will be sold Dec. 2o, 21,
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OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1g N
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We A Kn-w Ht
Heavy Wire, Close Mesh, Pig Tight.
Top and bottom bars No.
10 galvanized wire, Inter-
mediate ban No. 1I galvan-
ead wire, Stays No. 12 gal-
vaafted wire 2 inches apart.
We are Exclusive Agents for ELLWOOD Fence also.
SH-I PM CENTS.
' THE LARGEST STOCK OF
HEAVY AND LIGHT HARD-
WARE, SASH, DOORS AND
) BLINDS, FARM, MILL AND
MINERS' SUPPLIES, PAINTS,
OILS, ETC., ETC, CARRIED IN
1 CENTRAL FLORIDA.
"In spite of his lack of education be
is a man of pronounced Ideas."
"Perhaps, but I notice that he gen-
erally mispronounces them."-Philadel-
After the Amam .
LEASED FOR T'E Y i
Best Year-Round Hotel at $2 a Day in nFkida. UpihtBe
Clean and Well Furnished Rooms and Plitt to :tl
v. J1 S1JPMAN, PROP B
I. I I I I I I
Mmy ( AfSta~ m.
TO THE TRADE
Our prices are figured on the
very lowest Cash Basis and under
no circumstances will we ship goods
C. 0. D., as the express compa-
nies will only take whiskey at own-
er's risk and open. The law will
not allow them to ship whiskey C.
0. D. We will accept express
orders, postoffice money orders,
one and two cent stamps, and
checks on parties we know are 0.
K. We buy for cash and sell for
cash, thereby giving our customers
the benefit of bad accounts.
RYE, CORN AND GIN
At $1.50 per gallon. No extra charge
In connection with saloon, where you
can find the best.
uUli quarts, 75 cents; four full quarts,
$3; twelve quarts delivered, for $9.
$1.50 per quart; four quarts, 86: case
of twelve quarts delivered for $13.
Hogan's Special Holiday Offer
Six Full Quarts r $5, Delivered
ae Quart Baltimore Rye, One Quart North Carolina Corn,
One Quart Apple Brandy, One Quart Holland Gin,
One Quart New England Rum,;One Quart Sherry
This is something that will Tickle You as it passes down, and you will agree with us that It's good. These
goods are taken from our regular stock and after buying if you don't think its worth $5 for Six Quarts, return it
to us and we will gladly refund your money.
A GLASS AND CORKSCREW FREE WITH EVERY FIV DOLLAR ORDER.
MPIll quart, $1.25; four quarts, $5;
twelve quarts for $15.
At $1.25 per quart; twelve quarts for
May be drained but Hogan's creek
never will be.
BLACK AND WHITE SCOTCH
Needs no introduction, $1.50 per quart.
No Charges for Jugs.
A FEW. MORE HOUDAYi OFFERS
RYE AND BOURBON
Leesburg Rye. quart, 50 cents; half
gallon, $1; gajlon. $1.50.
Old Fashdon Rye, quart, 75 cents;
half gallon, $1.50; gallon. $3.00.
Hogan's XXXX Rye, quart, $1;
gallon, $2; gallon, $4.
North Carolina, quart, 50 cents;
gallon. $1; gallon, $1.75.
Stone Mountafi, quart, $1; half
Ion, $2; gallon, $4.
WINES AND SWEET GOODS
Blackberry, quart, 50 cents, gallon,
Tom Gin. $1.75 to $4 per gallon.
Sherry. 50c., 60c. and 75c. per quart;
$1.50, $2 and $3 per gallon. Port, same
California Wine, $5 per case.
At $1.25 per quart; four quarts, $4.75;
case of 12 quarts for $12.
WELLERS' 4X CABINET
Ten years old, $2 per quart.
Will have prompt attention, and will
be filled same day.
For every complaint of the kidneys.
$1.50 per quart.
No Goods Sent C. O. D.
bottle, $1.50; case of twelve bot-
WHEN IN TOWN
Call and see us, and we will try to
treat you white. /
OLD PRIVATE STOCK
Full quart, $L50; four quarts, delivered.
$6; twelve quarts, delivered, $1.
$1.50 per quart; four quarts, $8; case
of twelve quarts, $14.
The Author-So you've read my new
noveL Did you like it?
Miss Flighty-Oh, yes. I liked the
end. I was so pleased when [ came to
the end.-Ally Sloper's Half Holiday.
Cau*e For Joy.
First Girl (roudly)-My face wfas a
lot dirtier than wot yours was.
Second (dltto)-Yes, well, you're
A WONDERFUL ANIMAL.
AUiltyw, muee-- a"ad Draw eleu *e
the A ml 3a -s. ek.
A man who had watched the affair
and claimed to know about hogs, razor-
backs 4a particular, gave the following
dissertation: "Arkansas has a greater
variety of hogs and less pork and lard
than any state in the Union. An aver-
age hog in Artrkaus weighs about
fourteen pounds when dressed with its
head on and about six pounds and a
half with its head off. It can outrun a
greyhound, Jump a rail fence, illmb
like a parrot and live on grass, roots
and rabbit tracks. It hasn't much tall
or bristle, but plenty of galL It will
lick a wolf or a bear in a fair fight.
It is so called razorback because it is
shaped like a sunfish. In hunting
razorbacks they are always shot at
sideways, for there Is not a ghost of
a show to hit them otherwise any more
than to shoot at a split shingle. It can
drink milk out of a quart Jar on ac-
count of its long, thin head. This type
of razorbn.ck is know as the stone hog
because its bead is so heavy and its
nose so long that it balances up be-
hind. The owner of this type of hogs
usually ties a stone to Its tall to keep
it from overbalancing and breaking
its neck while running. If the stone
is too heavy it will pull the skin over
its eyes, and it will go blind."-Mineral
An Englishman named Morton could
repeat from memory any discourse he
had once listened to, while Schenkel,
the Inventor of one of the "Arts of
Memory," could repeat 300 arbitrarily
connected words and over 200 sen-
tences, al; in the exact order in which
he had heard them. A Sussex man
named William Wolton had a marvel-
ous memory. When a child he could
remember almost any sermon he beard
and once repeated to the bishop his ser-
mon word for word. He took his B. A.
at Cambridge when only twelve years
and five months old.-London Graphic.
Him Less Penalty.
Jack-I knew a man who stole a kiss
from a pretty girl. ]e pa i the penas'y
for larceny. hat arine-Ah, Indeed!
AmAn ,Kha. _<. *b 4.1. 14.1 Tob
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Bus from Depot &nd" euR im7
Sold and Recommended b
THE ANTI-MOMOPOtYV pMUMllTO.tt
HARRY B. CLARKSON, Gneral Manager.
Weddy aM y ao
person, 7 50. pm. day
Centeriof. City. Noat
.Oar Linm Opel 5fl
Youz Boomis with
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 15
WE HAVE JUST
Beautiful Cut Glass,
Sterling and Plated Silver
and Fine China
THAT WAS LONG DELAYED IN TRANSIT
COME IN AND SEE THE GOODS
A. E. Burnett,
FINE KENTUCKY HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE
I have for sale on my farm at McIntosh about twelve head of
' horses and two pair of mules that I brought on from Kentucky,
t( flil out a shipment of brood mares and stallions I was getting
for my own use. These horses and mules are especially fine, all
well broken and free from fever and colds, having been here
six weeks. Among them are fine driving and saddle horses and
the_ mules are well matched and strong. As I did not buy them to
make big profits on, I will sell them very low.
S. H. GAITSKILL. McIntosh, Fla.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Whiskies and Brandies.
Se for Complete Price List
Jug Trade ou Spect
1246 to 1258 W. Adams St., Jacksonville.
If our goods are not better than those from any other house,
"^,%- .V. -% -'" Tfl asn tv t v riranT mnnolr hiai v -
rnooons winners at the Tampa State
Fair, They are way up in G.
Miss Cora and Inez Ross of Gaiter
were in the city today.
Sterling and plated coffee sets. Ocala
Music Co. /
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ward, of Floral
City, are at the Ocala House.
Manicure sets up to $42.
There were forty-two arrivals at the
Ocala House yesterday.
Special rates to regular monthly
boarders at the Montezuma hotel, and
you will find there a lot of congenial
Mr. R. J., Knight, of Tampa, is at
the Ocala House.
Japanese plaques at Ocala ,Music Co.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Crawford are in
the city for the winter. Mr. Crawford
and his charming wife spent last win-
ter here and made many friends who
will be glad to welcome them back.
Mr. Crawford is southern representa-
tive for the Lake Brothers Co., um-
brella manufacturers of New Orleans,
and was for twelve years, southern
traveling salesman for the Simmons
Liver Regulator Co.
Mr. C. D. Ahl, of Istachatta, is at the
Green Springs natural mineral water
at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore by
the glass, gallon or carboy.
Mr. G. B. Tankersley, of Coleman, is
at the Monlezuma.
Gold beads at Condon's.
Mrs. DeMuro and her charming
daughter, of Inverness, are guests at
RENT-A four iAJm cottage in
ward. Apply to Dr. Wm. An-
Prof. H. C. Cowles, occupying the
chair of botany in the University of
Chicago. and one of the leading educa-
tors of the nowthwest, arrived in the
city today and is the guest for a few
days of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gary.
A full line of Dennison's crepe and
plain tissue paper, Japanese napkins
and lunch sets, at the Postoffice jrug-
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wolf, from Ohio, ar-
rived this afternoon and will spend the
winter with Mrs. Wolf's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Jewell.
Come to this office to have your
visiting cards and wedding invitations
C. H. Dame returned this morning
(rom Orlando, where he spent the past
two weeks in working up the interest
of the Woodmen.
Sunday school committees are invit-
ed to see our line before buying. We
make special prices at the Ocala News
Judge and Mrs. I! L. Hopkins, of
Belleview were in the city today on
a shopping tour.
Vlrce 90 ver UM A UBIU0DlSS DI
J. E. CHACE
Ocala Oice Upstairs, Comercial Bal Bid'g
AN ACCIDENT AT THE
Dominic Castello, a young and fine
looking Italian, who was engaged in
pointing up the seams in the stone
work on the courthouse, fell from the
swingmg scaffold, from a height of 15
feet. at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon and
broke both bones in his right leg, close
to the ankle. Dr. Newsom was quick-
ly on the scene and the man was mov-
ed to the hospital as quickly as pos-
sible. He suffered intense pain, but it
was not thought that he was seriously
Injured otherwise. The young man has
been on the job for two months. This
is the first accident of any kind on the
There are a fine lot of dressed chick-
ens, young and fat, at Meffert and Tay-
lor's cold storage rooms, where a sup-
ply will be kept until after the holidays.
Call at the cold storage if you wish
some of the poultry.
Mr. S. M. Lummus, who for nine
years was an important factor in thp
Star force, but who is now a prosper-
ous b siness man of Key West, ti in
town on a brief visit to his family.
FOR SALE--Full blooded Berkshire
pigs. Now ready for shipment. Ad-
dress, Hermossa Farms, Lady Lake,
Mr. A. J. Brigance, chief of the
Ocala Fire Department and who will
vacate his office on the 18th of the
present month, has accepted a position
with the Variety Store.
FOR SALE--My horse, Dan. Can
thoroughly recommend. Herbert A.
F. S. Stowe came over from Inver-
ness Saturday afternoon. He has just
engineered and concluded a sale of a
thousand head of cattle, which, of
course, is a big transaction even in
Florida, where things are done on a
large scale.-Sumterville Times.
Another big shipment of crockery
and decorated china just opened at
the Ocala Bazaar, Gadson.
Mr. John R. Martin came up from
h s turpentine camp in Hernando coun-
ty yesterday. After the first of the
year he will take his family to live
COW FOR SALE--Fine Milker, with
young calf. Bro'cen to lead and tie.
Price, $50, spot cash. E. C. Smith.
Mrs. Charles Gates of South Lake
Weir, ame up yesterday to do some
AN APPRECIATED IIFT
Mr. E. L& Carney, than whom Ma.-
rion county never had a more aftelet
and faithful tax c61lector, made gia
the hearts of the Star printers yeeter-
day evening by the present of box of
oranges from his own grove; ad flw
fruit was never sent to the president. _
This was one of the dinintevested cour- me C "WIMg
tesies that Mr. Carney's kindly nature C Inoe.iiIl
rejoices In, as he knew he couldn't be
jany more popular with the Star force pla a
than he already is. 4L'
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW OaNma~M Iinamiaul ~)
Grace Episcopal inmtsio
OCALA 0=1' H KkXNCEF w waMLm=A aMwT
We the maker of a medicine, soi
through drugitsU for family me. at
B. P. Hull of Reddick and Miss Bes- hi patients full into his o ene b
sie Crumpton, of Leroy, gained at the ankly ad y publishing oa-
Montezuma today. cast as well as is bottle wppers,
a full list of all its ingredients in plain
Enylsh, this action on his par I the
Crepe paper in all colors at 5 cents best noible evidence that is not
per roll, at the Variety Store. afraid to have the search light of Inves-
tigation turned full upon his formula
J. W. Ward, of Island City, was in and that it will bear the fullest scrutiny
tow ntoday. and the most thorough investigation.
tow ntoday. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for the
cure of the weaknesses, periodical pains
Nunnally's candies. The best by and functional derangements of the or-
test. Th'n- Postoffice Drugstore. gans distinctly feminine, is the only medi-
cine put up for sale through druggists for
A E. Polly, of Belleview, was in the woman's special use. the maker of which
city todayis not afraid to take his patients into
city tody. h full confidence by such open and
Children's silver cups at the Ocala A glance at the published ingredients
Music Co. on each bottle wrapper. will show that it
is made wholly from native. American,
Ben Rayr, who i buying orangeS medicinal roots, that it contains no poi-
Ben Rays<,r, who is buying oranges gonous or habit-forming drugs, no nar-
in the McIntosh vicinity. care in town cotics and no alcohol-puro. triple-refined
today to spend Sunday. glycerine. of proper strength being used
instead of the commonly employed alco-
Crepe paper in all colors at 5 cents hol. both for extracting and preserving
per roll attheVare ol e the active medicinal properties found in
per rol]. at the Variety Store. the roots of the American forest plants
employed. It is the only medicine for
J. W. Spencer went down it. Crystal women's pecular diseases, sold by drug-
River today on busin-ss. gists, that does not contain a large per-
centage of alcohol, which is in the long
Siler1 e at C^os ~run so harmful to woman's delicate, nerv-
Silver dishes at Condon's. ous system. Now. glycerine is perfectly
harmless, and serves a valuable purpose
The morning train on the A. C I. by possessing intrinsic value all its own,
was only seven hours late today. The and besides it enhances the curative
afternoon northbound train was several effect of the other ingredients entering
hours late, as usual. Into the "Favorite Prescription."
ours late as usual. Some of the ablest medical writers and
teachers endorse these views and praise
We want your prescription business all the several ingredients of which "Fa-
and are better prepared than ever to vorite Prescription" is composed-rec-
take care of it. Tydings & Co. ommending them for the cure of the
very same diseases for which this world-
famed medicine is advised. No otter
Mr. H. Bellamy, Jr.. the Webster medicine for women has any such pro-
merchant. was in town today inter- fweskmia endorsement-worth more than
viewing our merchants, any number of ordinary testimonials. If
interested, send name and address to Dr.
All kinds of goods for the holidays R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y.. for his little
alltne Ofala eoodbook of extracts from the works of
at the Ocala News Company. eminent medical writers and teachers,
endorsing the several ingredients and
J. C. Worthy ,the Dunnella'n school telling just what Dr. Pierce's medicine
teacher, came up this morning and ar e ade of. It's free for the asking.
dined at the Montezuma.
Umbrellas, $1.50 to $16, at the Ocala R. D. FULLER. L. F. BLALOCK.
Mr. Jackson, a prominent turpen- FULLER A BLLCK
tine man of Trilby, was in town this LiN I AL SURGEONS
morning, exercising his span of blue
_... .. . .......... 4 C*-+- A- ---- _ JL I.--klI----1 -_l
Epworth League Sunday afternoon at
three o'clock in the auditorium of the
church. Music upon the pipe organ by
Everyone cordially Invited.
L. F. Blalock, 1st Vice-Presidetn.
It is now settled that Rev. W. H.
Dodge, of Bainbridge, Ga., who has re-
ceived a call to the Presbyterian
church in Ocala, will occupy the pul-
pit the first Sunday in January.
SILVER TEA AND
FANCY WORK SALE
The Young Women's Missionary So-
ciety of the Baptist church will give a
tea at the residence of Mrs. Willam
Hocker Monday afternoon at three
o'clock. There will also be some fancy
work for sale suitable for Christmas
The proceeds of this sale will be sent
as a Christmas offering to the orchaA-
age at Arcadia.
This morning an excited negro ap-
proached Sheriff Gordon and wanted to
know what he would charge to arrest
his wife, eight children and $25 that
had left the applicant's house and
home. The sheriff pulled down the
schedule of prices and made the same
The finest line of holiday box sta-
tionery we have ever shown is now on
display at the Postoffice Drugstore.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lytle, of Lake
Weir, came up today to do their Christ-
Our winter stock of
and mattings is said
ever shown in Ocala.
rugs, art squares
to be the finest
Mclver & Mac-
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Davis, of Citra,
were in town today shopping. Mr. D.
is one of the thrifty farmers, orange
growers and truck raisers of his sec-
tion. He sold his orange crop on the
Mr. and Mrs. Davis paid
pleasant call today.
Orine Laxative Fruit Syrup, the
new laxative, stimulates, but does not
Irritate. It Is the best laxative. Guar-
anteed or your money back. Sold by
Mr. Horace Whetstone, who has been
with the Seaboard, is now In the office
of the road at this point.
Mr. G. W. Br.wn, of Tampa, presi-
dent of the Peninsular Telephone Co.,
of that city, and secretary of the new-
ly organized state board of trade, was
In the city yesterday afternoon, the
guest of the Ocala House.
We make a speciAlty of engraved
Invitations and cards. As good as can
be had anywhere. Samples shown wttb
pleasure. The Poifftce Drduato*a.
Col. R. F. Rogers came in yesterday
from Lynne with Mrs. Rogers, who left
over the A. C. L. for Lake City to visit
friends. We regret to hear that Mrs.
R. Is not in good health and hope that
this change will do her good.
No! Huyler's candies have not ad-
vanced in rice. You can buy Huvslr's
SI have jast rfacvel a pithy Me t-
djtmnnds of the fnest grades. CaL at-dj
see the pretty stones. A. I. Bunett. .
NEW ARRIVAL OF 9W *11M
Messrs. Tompkins and Nitebmel
ceived another cark4 a of e Tvi -=e
see horses and mals0 this w I~,
the animals may be s en at th
north of the. sqar Mr.
says the stok tIs as fu-b as be
seen in many a d4y, .md coIulg ..
vites all loves of good inrW- san ld
flesh to come and takes look at t qI-
Saw hammered and l3t. witMB
hours, by S. A. vIs. vler wfor
Lumber Company, Martel FIa.
Mrs. B. Whetaone, who bas beg v
ill for the past week, to c m l
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. m1a.-
*Rochester, N. Y., will arrive ti
city Monday to be the guests of"
and Mrs. Forney Lancaster.
(Rev. Geo. Hendree Harrison, Rector.)
Third Sunday in Advent.
7:30 a. m.-Holy communion.
10 a. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. m.-Morning prayer, litany and
7:39 p. m.-Evening prayer and ser-
Wednesday, Ember Day-Litany,
10 a. m.
Tuesday. Feast of St. Thomas-Holy
communion, 10 a. m.; evening prayer,
4 p. m.
Saturday. Umber Day-ULtany,
10 a. in. *
Come and worship with us.
Morning service, 11 a. m.
The Lord's Prayer, choir.
Anthem, "The Good Shepherd"--Con-
Evening service, 7 p. m.
Anthem. "Lord of All Being"-Camp.
Solo. selected, Mrs. Scott.
Warren Sunbeam Band
Reading. Louise Cameron.
Recitation, Ava Lee Edwards.
Reading, Paul Gates.
Solo, Eloise Smoak.
Reading, Mary Phillips.
Reading, Eloise Smoak.
LOST-On e Columbia b _cyloylw
3892, 22-lach black thaeS
brake. Moved from trqt of
at Elk's han Tuesday I .
11th. Suitable reward for intalt-.
Stephen Jewett, Oea, a.-
Where le the street eoamittes?
why don't they get out the
sprinkler? The merchants t rof Oi
should get up an IMd estlPon m .- '
and pay the committee a call. Get l
the water wagon. "
'A Christmas box of perfume i
a nice gift. We have & ~are o .MW ..
show. The Postofftce Drggton"re
Backache, cold heads sad feet. rSu- *-
matiem, and kindred ,amiuats, to,,-.
by Improper action .-o the kI4N ,<
yield readily to a short treammest I..
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Ph .
They quickly drive the poISMo 'ftIB "
the system and thus afford e A .'.?,j
week's treatment for 25 cents. LRea .-
mended and sold by the Antl-UM-p"
oly drug store. ..
Let the children know that old Seat
Claus' mail box is new ready RA th&
Ocala Bassar, Gadaom.
A vegetable corrective fo the a '
achs of babies aad children wttl
the name of each Ingredlent Ina pu9
Entlish on every bottle, that Is CM .;
sweet, the Ideal medicine for the t1 e
ones. Contains no opi~me. CoIfer
fully with the National Pure Food si'
Drug Law. Write E. C. DeWItt &
Co., Chicago, Ill., for the "Baby Beemw.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly drug stA ,
PILES! PILEPt PItLSf
Dr. Williams' Indian ile Oiaint
will cure blind, bleeding. alerate"4 a -
Itching piles. It abaobe the theIr n M
allay* the Itchirng at once, aets .
poultice, gives immediate reUeL. m..
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment isa pa.
pared for piles and Itching otf tbe ..-
rate parts. Every b Ioxsn tc '
Sold by Tydings & Co. I i
cents and $1. Wil lamsMr
ing Company, prepirtetors,4 ss
Agents wanted to sell electric A
and mosquito killer. I used asM N t-
ed wiU last for year. iy e ,;
big profits. Send S1 enats feor psta -
on free sample. X. A. Bb.'
Coleman street. Bridgeport0 m.
Favorite tone is White's Cream YI.:
mifuge, the cure for W rm
children's diseases. It not d I "
the worms, bat removes the iM-ag
and slime in which they btIdM t"INow.
Mnets. Its action on the cb Is l
and leaves him In a bethy
Joe Daniel, burmae. Tesgo. 9s .
he gave oiw of di ebWid"e
Cream Veamiuge wbM the t*t
thoMght it had -eoe. a, n b S It
do6e the child ppse iS wIegas
by the Anti-Momopoly D-Pia. '... r
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
Taz Deed Under U etsm I ofe(<3i
ter '48. L aws at ISrta. '.
Notice Is hereby Im tatM"
Baleyf, purchaser Of tax er
No. 15, dated the let day oat
. ha said waiF t _
m a---- v k.
The Ocala News Co.
THE OLDEST HOLIDAY
GOODS HOUSE IN TOWN
chance On three $25 pieces of
Wehavee largest and be
Special Prices to Smday
l ys, -ks, co-We e
Special Prices to Suday^
The Pearson 00 COmpsny at Ita
meeting decided to coutimne bKrta*
oil, which work will be resamei
the holidays. --
Miss Alice BulINck. Mi m AIm
son and her guest. Ml Gora. of 1
mnngton, N. C, wett dewa to
neflo last eveanng t aspem a lw
as the guests at Mn. MUward
Our line of goods is new op.%ad
we can suit you e anythman at
Ocala News Compeay.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 19M
CONFLAGRATION AT COLEMAN
Big Store and took of Goods Con- I
sumed-Brave Work of the
Coleman. Fla., Dec. 15.-The mercan-
tile establishment of D. W. Swicord
was burned this morning at 1:30.
Loss about $5,000. Partly insured.
Bucket brigade saved 3 cars for the i
S. A. L1, and the greater part of the
town. T. H. Wicker.
DEADLY SERPENT BITES
Are as common in India as are stom-
ach and liver disorders with us. For
the latter, however, there is a sure
remedy: Electric Bitter., the great re-
storative medicine, of which S. A.
Brown, of Bennettsville. S. C.. says:
"They restored my wife to perfect
health after years of suffering with
dyspepsia and a chronically torpid
liver." Electric Bitters cure chills and
fever, malaria, biliousness, lame back.
kidney troubles and bladder disorders.
Sold on guarantee by Tydings & Co..
druggis'.s. Price 53 cents..
BAIL FOR MRS. BIRDSONG
Hazelhurst, Miss.. Dec. 15.-Mrs. An-
gie Birdsong yesterday was denied a
new trial and sentenced to five years
In the penitentiary.
Notice was given of an appeal to the
Missisippi supreme court.
Ball was granted In the. sum of $10).-
A black shepherd d')g o,,t Answers4
to the name of (lip Has a w white ring
around neck. Disappeared last Sat-
urday night. Liberal reward for return
to J. C. Howell. ,
Open the bowels and get the cold out
of the system. Kennedy's Laxative
Cough Syrup opens the bowels and at
the same time allays the infamma-
tion of the mucous membranes. Con-
tains honey and tar. Drives out the
-cold and stops the cough. Absolutely
free from opiates. Conforms to the,
national pure fo.)d and drug law. Is
pleasant to tak-. Sold by the Anti-
OFFICERS TO BE TRIED
Washington, Dec. 15 -On recom-
mendation of the president. the secre-
tary of war ha.4 ordered the trial, by
court-martial, of Major Charles Pen-
rose and Captain Edgar Macklin, of
Company C, Firs: Battalion. Twenty-
Fifth Infantry, under the 62nd article
of war, for "conduct to the prejudice
-of good order and discipline." in fall-
ing in their duty ;n preventing and
suppressing the riot at Brownsville,
Texas, last August.
It is a mistake to use a violent ca-
thartic to open the Lowels. A gentle
movement will accomplish the results
without causing distress or serious I
consequences latest. DeWitt's Little
Early Risers are recommended. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
4reaetil Others In Bwusines De.
ramds sTact and Ability.
Business men often fail because they
do not know how to handle men. They
can do their own work all right, but
they are failures when it comes to dl-
recting others. They lack tact, diplo-
Many men antagonize others; they
lack patience, lose temper, fly to pieces
over little things. And no man is a
gocd leader who cannot control him-
A great many business men seem to
think that it takes a deal of driving.
scolding, fault finding, to get the best
out of others. It is, however, Just the
opposite. Employees never give up
their best In response to forcing meth-
I know a young man who promises
to be a leader in his line who is as
quiet and gentlemanly In his methods
as a modest woman. He never raises
his voice, never gets angry. When an
employee needs correcting, Instead of
scolding or nagging he sits right down
and shows him or her just how to do
the thing. Hlie tries to help them out of
their difficulty, not to confuse them.
He does not need to scold, because ev-
erybody respects him. admires him
and knows tl at he is always trying to
do the fair thing, to give a square deal.
p that he wants only what is just right
and there is nothing arbitrary in his
The result is he does not need to
storm around his establishment andi
use abusive, profane language. lHe
knows there is a stronger force, a ibet-
ter way than that. The result is that
he has perfect discipline.
Not one would think of taking advan-
tage of him or trying to deceive him.
because he is so klud, square, true.
I know another man in business
near by him who adopts just the oppo-
site method. Ile storms and swears,
scolds, nags. goes, through his estab-
lishment like a bull through a china
shop, making everybody feel mean and
4isagreeable. Nobody respects him. He
rules by brute force, keeping every-
body cowed and afraid of him. They
obey him and let him Impose upon
them in order to avoid a scene or for
fear they will lose their positions. If
an office boy or stenographer makes a
little mistake he Will go all to pieces.
By into a rage and make it very un-
comfortable for everybody abont him.
People waiting in the outer office
Often bear loud talking and most abu-
Puff boxes, nail brushes, tooth brush-
es, hair brushes, military brushes.
rosewood and celluloid mirrors, Whisp- A AL
brooms, and all other toilet articles.
A beautiful line to select from. Ty- E
dings & Co.
Satsuma at Condon's. YO WANT
Then take a dose of MozLz-V'S
NOTICE OF FINAL j1 Mow KLIXIR and you'll suffer
SETTLEMENT AND DISCHARGE no incon.vence, even though you
are a confirmed Dyspeptic.
Notice is hereby given that on the 35 years has proven
15th day of April, A. D. 1907, the un-
dersigned, as executrix of the estate ZLEY 8
of Genevrle Mann, deceased, will pre-
sent my final account and vouchers to LEMON ELIXIR
Joseph Bell, probate judge of Marionest remedy for in-
county, Florida, and make my final digestion and disorders of the
settlement and ask for final discharge., stomach, liver and bowels ever
J. C. Maughs, offered to the public.
Executrix Estate of Genevrie Mann. Tryitonce and you'll never be
September 28. 1906. roc. and $t.oo per bottle at all
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR "One Dose Convinces."
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that W. H.
Mersey and Company, purchasers of LOW ROUND TRIPS VIA THE
tax certificates No. 1. June 1903, Nos.
13. 35, 36, 37. 38 and 41, July 1st. 1901, LOUISVILLE & IASHVILLE RAILIWA
also Nos. 1. 2, 10, 11, 12. 13 and 16, of The Louisville & Nashville Railroad
August 6th. 1900, and Nos. 13, 14. 22. will sell rouna trip rates from Jack-
42.45. 53 and 279 of August 7. 1899, and sonville to points shown on dates in-
Nos. 3 and 4, of October 3rd. 1898, and dicated. Proportionately low rates
Nos. 1. 2. 14 and 181. of April 3rd, 1893. from other points.
and No. 277. of June 7th. 1886. and No. $38.40, Hot Springs, Ark., and return.
127, of May 3rd. 1886, have filed said Tickets on sale daily. Final return
certificates in my office and have made Flmit 90 days from date of sale.
application for tax deed to issue in ac- Full information, schedules, time ta-
cordance with law. Said certificates bles, etc., will be furnished promptly
embrace the following described prop- ',)n application. T. B. WALKER,
erty situated in Marion county, Flor- Fla. Pass Agt, L. & N. R. R..
ida, to-wit: Nw'-4 of sep except one 118 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
acre in sw cor. sec 30. tp 11. r 24.
n1t of awk4 of seQt of sec 33. tp 11.
r 22. and comr at se cor of ne1 sec
"1. tp 11. r 24. thence n 20 chs. w 13 17
chs. s 15.90 chs. e 3.17 chs, s 4.10 chs.
e 10 chs, 25 acres, also 56 2-3 rods
e and w by 29.60 rls n and s in sw
(-.)r of n-4t- of se 4. eo 31. tp 11. r 21;
61,. chs n and s on n -nd of w of
nw14. sec 31. tp 11. r 4A. and sw44 of
ne4 and net, of sq 14. less 4 acres in
and the r.e- of sw4 less 4 acres In
se cor of sec 2;. and ne',- of se'4 andi
stl of seti of sec 26, lot 14. of sec 1.
and nwL- of ne'-4 of sec 32. and neY4 of
se't of sec 33. tp 11. r 23. and se% of
sw 4. sec 26. and sw% of sw-4. see
27; ne% of nwv1 and uw'4 of se', of
ec 35. tp 11, r 23: wl of swL4 except
that part entered as Orange Springs.
and the el- of nwu4 less 4 acres sold
to Lucy J. Bryan. sec 30: sw% of sel%
of sec 31, tp 11, r 24. and w, of nw%4
except 4 acres in ne cor of sec 2. tp 12,
r 23: the se% of nw% and nw%4 of
sw% of sec 25, tp 11, r 23: sw% of
swi4 and se% of sw/4, of sec 25, and
ne%4 of ne% of ne'% of see 35. tp 11.
r 23, and n% of se/4 and se% of se%4
of see 1. tp 12. r 23, and the ne'4 of
ne4 and nw% of ne% of sec 33, tp 11,
r 99 Thip m<1lA lnalA K r snam"a"aA at
NOTICE OF" APPLICATION FOR
Ta:x Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4-'S, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that Ellas
Gibson, purchaser of tax certificate No.
899. dated the 7th day of August, A. D.
1889, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the fol-
lowing described property situated in
Marion county. Florida, to-wit: Nw%
of nw' sec 17 tp 14 s r 21 e. The said
land being assessed at the date of the
issuance of such certificate in the name
of Louisa Ward. Unless said certifi-
cate shall be redeemed according to
law, tax deed will issue thereon on
the 31st day of December. A. D. 1906.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 28th day of November,
A. D. 1906. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 48S8, Laws of Florida.
oceIs-nr*%-g-e ta- TJ. w
Notice is hnereby given that J. W.
Coulter, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 667. dated the 1st day of Jjly, A.
Dr1 t1A01 b k Al^l moliA s ak<4Anaita toi
the sand found in the fish often differs
in color and quality from that of the
bottom where they are caught-Wash-
Chile and Andes.
Two ways, Chili and Chile, is the
name of our South American neighbor
written. Chile is the Spanish and Chil-
ean form. The name is commonly ex-
plained as an old Peruvian word for
snow. the allusion being to the Andes.
But "Chili" has also been identified as
a native South American word, "chili,"
meaning cold, which would make it
really the "chilly" country. As to the
meaning of "Andes," there is plenty of
choice. The word has been variously
interpreted as signifying the haunt of
the tapir, the region of copper, the
home of the Anti tribe and the site of
the "Andenes." Spanish gardens on the
Dinglebats-The oculist charged you
$5 for taking a grain of sand out of
your eye? That's pretty steep, isn't
it? Himpsley-I thought so till I look-
ed over his bill It was for "remov-
ing foreign substances from the cor-
nea." and, of course, that costs more.-
wem plesme Diek
U t. .. -~"
Why They ShoeM Always Be C.ka&
ia to limf Water.
Pare potatoes with a sharp vegetable
knife just as thin as possible, for that
part of the tuber lying close to the akin
is richest in mineral salts, and put each
potato as peeled into a pan of cold wa-
ter to prevent discoloration. Have
ready meanwhile a kettle of boiling
water and when the peeling process is
complete take the potatoes from the
cold water and, covering them with
boiling salted water, set them on the
range, covered, to boiL Twenty min-
utes usually suffice, but to test them
use a skewer or fork, and when they
can be pierced easily remove at once
from the fire, pour off all the water
and set them on the back of the range.
uncovered, to steam dry, assisting that
process, occasionally by- a slight shak-
ing of the kettle.
If one asks the reason why potatoes
should always be cooked in boiling wa-
ter try the following experiment for
proof: Take two cups. in each of which
has been put a teaspoonful of ordinary
starch. Pour over one a quarter of a
cupful of boiling water and over the
other the same quantity of cold water
and observe the result The one over
which the boiling water was poured
stays in shape, a compact mass, while
the one with the cold water dissolves
into a soft paste. The potato is largely
composed of starch, and from this
trial any one may draw his own con-
clusions. If you wish a pulpy, watery
potato use cAld water, but if a dry,
mealy, snowy ball that would delight
the heart of Epicurus himself always
use boiling water.
The Tumie, the Toga and the Leather
Dress of tMe Ancient&.
Ancient wearing apparel was not cut
to fit. as is our modern clothing. Hav-
ing no definite shape of its own, It did
not disguise the wearer's figure, and
the grace and beauty of Greek drapery
are dependent almost entirely on the
perfect proportions of the figure be-
neath. The tunic worn by both Greeks
aial Romans was little, if at all, fitted
to thle wearer and when ungirded
hung in folds all round, while the toga
was little more than a sheet and was
worn in all sorts of ways, according to
the prevailing fashion. The Jews of
old seem to have worn breeches, but
the rest of their clothing seems to
have been simply wrapped round them,
for it was difficult for them to run or
even walk fast without first "girding
up their loins." The clothing of the
northern races was probably always
more of a fit than that of the southern.
for they used leather, which does not
lend itself to simple draping, but our
ancestors probably wore an almost
shapeless tunic belted at the waist.
Another striking difference Is found
In the gradual monopoly by women of
the ornamental element In drees. Once
masculine dress was by far the most
splendid, and woman, holding an abso-
lutely subordinate social position, had
to content herself with humbler attire.
As she has won her way to freedom
and equality she has annexed not only
the beautiful, but the extravagant ele-
ments of costume and left man to con-
tent himself with a condition of color-
ish Swaliew Mle .
Captains of fishing smacks in the
North sea have found that codfish at
certain times of the year take sand in-
to their stomachs as "ballast." This, it
would appear, is done when the fish
are about to migrate from the shallow
water covering the southern banks of
the North sea to the deeper water far-
ther north. It has been observed that
fish caught on the southern banks just
before the migration begins and those
caught in the northern waters after it
is completed have sand in their stom-
achs and that the sand is discharged
after the arrival of the fish at the
southern banks on the return migra-
tion. In proof of this it is stated that
SAFE DEPOSIT VAM
We have boxes to rent at $5.OO per ja ef tl
hold a big lot of valuable paper, ewey
larger boxes oosting a little more. mCome.U *
MUNROE & CHANDLS$
THE GENTLAL EATISAL OLI
Is modest bnt p ogtmkve, a4
offers every legitimate iadR1
deuce o orvt tnvied
J. B. BROOKS.
u, KIN "' ,,,. _
It's a little early, but ou Ifall stoc
aiving daily, and we are in a Io Is
save you money. All we ask is a few
minutes of your valuable time to sAw
you though our stock.
A FEW LEADERS
on Bed, $2.50 Up*
SideboaFds, $F1150 up.
China Closets, $15 ad p.
OCALA FURNITURE GO.
E. C. SMITH.
CQ ye n
KindElm& MW NunAlwam Bugt3 d Id ubl* o
Ia = w ova 00 ryms, asbeA s ~e fta
~~ aownd haslbeeo n d=hIbbp
97= smmd .uwY dam If ioldlow
Anew ow a eetadsedwv" *Am
All ComatetfeisI64t~m m Jt..a4
What Is CASTORIA
mmtur i Isa muam inbftus h OSgg% -f
goric, Drops a = Aethiag SyrupI. It o Plamo-t.
*coatais neither Opi wp er oneft aest
sbtanoe. Its afge sfto gItee. It demdb Wmm
sad allay Peoeriahm&. It eare- Iarrh -Ia titPl
CO It relieve TeethiW TrOM3bles, owe. Os "-sl
itomeb and Bowelt, glvin healthy sd arl m*
The Childrena's Panaea-The Muthet's Preaui
The Kind Yonu Hae Always Bogh
In Use For Over 30 Years.
su is mmeW. l me .. .
L C. SII
FUIERAL DIRECTORS iD LICEISD IS E IBS
fEY --W~ 1 a- AIL X- 12--& W~A U7&,mA.ammom1 t il..1.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER S1, IU
"A Woman's Health
Is a berage too sacred to be experimented with. For her peculiar and
c a tS Only IV dicjnes o known co position and which cco-
a.n a narcotics, or other harmful or habit-forming drugs
abod plo The owne medicine which fulfills all these require-
ents is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptiop--a remedy with a record of
oer forty yeai of cures to recomamend it; a remedy, the makers of
hich print its formula on every bottle-wrapnr and attest its complete-
es and correctness under oathL a remedy devised and adapted to worn-
an's delicatL.._nstitution by an educated phvsician-an experienced
specialist in woman's diseases: a remedy, every ingredient of which has
fee iv the written endorsement of the most eminent medical writers
S lAthe several schools of practice for the cure of woman's peculiar
diseases; which has more bo*a-fide cures to its credit than aUn
Qther sold by drugg:sts for woman's special requirements. It is not
given away in the form of "trial bottles" to be experimented with, but
is sold at a fair price by all dealers in medicines.
Delicate,weak, nervous women should feeble women generally, Dr. Pierce's
especially shun the use of alcoholic Favorite Prescription is the greatest
medicines which, from their stimulat- early boon, being unequaled as an
Ing and exhilerating effects may seem, appetizing cordial and restorative tonic.
for a t.me, to do good, but which from As a soothing and strengthening ner-
the inevitable effects qf the alcohol in vine "Favorite Prescription* is un-
shrinking up the red corposcles of the equaled and is invaluable in allaying
blood are sure to do great and lasting and subduing nervous excitability, ir-
banm in the long run. Besides they ritability, nervous exhaustion, nervous
beget a craving for stimulant which is prostration, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms,
mot. deplorable. St.Vitus's dance, and other distressing,
Only invigorating and nerve strength- nervous symptoms commonly attendant
ening effects can follow the use of this upon functional and organic disease of
famous medicine for women. It can, the uterus. It induces refreshing sleep
not possibly do harm in any state or | and relieves mental anxiety and des-
condition of the system. It has been pondency.
carefully adapted to woman's needs by
an experienced physician-a specialist
In their diseases. It makes weak wom-
en strong and sick women well.
If a woman has bearing down, or
dragging pains, low down in the abdo-
men, or pelvis, backache, frequent
headaches, dizzy or fainting spells, is
nervous and easily startled, has gnaw-
ing feeling in stomach, sees imaginary
floating specks, or spots before her
eyes, has melancholia, or "blues,* or a
weakening disagreeable drain from pel-
vieo organs, she can make no mistake
by resorting to the use of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. It will invigor-
ate and tone up the whole system and
especially the pelvic organs.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Perscription is
a scientific medicine, carefully devised
by an experienced and "skillful physi-
cian, and adapted to woman's delicate
system. It is made of native American
medicinal roots and is perfectly harm-
less in its effects is any condition of the
As a powerful invigorating tonic,"Fa-
vorite Prescription* imparts strength to
the whole system and to the organs
distinctly feminine in particular. For
ever-worked, "worn-out," run-down,"
debilitated teachers, milliners, dress-
makers, seamstresses, "shop-girls,"
bouse-keepers, nursing mothers, and
No woman suffering from any of the
above symptoms can afford to accept
any secret nostrum or medicine of un-
known composition, as- a substitute for
a medicine like Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription, which is or K xowN com-
PosrImo and has a record of over forty
years of cures and sells more largely
to-day than ever before. Its makers
withhold no secrets from their patients,
believing open publicity to be the very
best guaranty of merit.
Dr. Pierce invites all suffering women
to consult him by letter free of charge.
All letters of consultation are held as
strictly private and sacredly confiden-
tial and all answers are returned in
plain, sealed envelopes. Address: Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Sur-
gical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con.
stipation. Constipation is the cause of
many diseases. Cure the cause and
you care thedisease. One"Pellet"is a
gentle laxative, and two a mild cathar-
tic. Druggists sell them, and nothing
is" just as good." They are the original
Little Liver Pills first put up by old
Dr. Pierce over 40 years ago. Much
imitated, but never equaled. They are
tiny sugar-coated granules easy to
take as candy.
Dr. Pierce's great thousand-page illus-
trated Common Sense Medical Adviser
will be sent free. paper-bound for 21
one-cent stamps, or cloth-bound for 31
stamps. Address Dr. Pierce as above.
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Balanelna mnd Jauwglag.
There is always an abundant supply
of stories of the expertnem of Hindoo
Jugglers and acrobats. One who moves
about per-bed upon a single long stick
is remarkably clever. This performer
is mounted on a bamboo pole about fif-
teen feet high, the top of which is tied
to a girdle around his waist A small
cushion is fastened a few feet down
the pole, which acts as a leg rest. The
acrobat hope around a large space in
the liveliest way. uttering cheerful
, shouts and accompanied by the tapping
of a curious drum. lie also executes a
Spurt of dinee and goes through a little
pantqrninre. It is a marvelous feat of
equilibrium. To walk on a pair of
stilts ais high as this would be a per-
forma ne worthy of comment, but to
Iop around on one is quite another
The same man can do many other
I wonderful things. He appears abso-
lutely perfect in the art of balancing.
SEle can balance a very light stick on
his nose and a heavy on on bis chin
and then throw the heavy one iut.)
the air and catch it on the end of the
light one. When balancing these two
sticks, end on end. be will make one
revolve in one direction and the other
the reverse. Hie puts one hand on a
flat. circular stone, throws his feet up
Into the air and balances a stick on
each of them. At the same time be
revolves rapidly on the pivot formed by
bis arm and the stone.
THE MAHOGANY TREE.
It Frequently iprings From the Crev-
eies of Great Roeks.
The tree which produces that beau-
tiful and well known wood, mahogany,
Is one of the most elegant, if not the
largest, of the country in which it is
found and frequently grows in the
crevices of rocks. The appearance of
so large a vegetable production n such
a situation is extremely curious and
picturesque and is to be accounted for
from the construction of the seed,
which is like that of the thistle,
winged, or capable of being borne
along by the action of the air and In
that manner deposited in holes and
fissures in the rocks, where it speedily
vegetates and springs up. As long as
the plant remains young the place In
which it Is found is sufficiently large
for Its growth, but as it Increases in
size the roots gradually but irresistibly
force asunder the walls of their rocky
prisons and throw off large portions of
It is not always, however, found in
these situations, the largest timber be-
ing produced in some of the fiat and
marshy spots on the coast of America.
Such is the Honduras mahogany,which
is much looser in texture and of less
value than that from the mountainous
districts of Cuba and Haiti. This last
kind is known In commerce as Spanish
mahogany and is chiefly purchased for
the purpose of being cut into veneers.
-New York Herald.
The Terriale ltfaat.
"Kiss me, Toto."
"I won't. I'm afraid. Mamma said
yesterday you had the tongue of a
snake."-Selell du Dimanche.
West of the Commercial Bank
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SHOE, HAT and
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One Cause of Eye Disease.
A Scotch surgeon recently called at-
tention to the connection between an
uncared for mouth with carious teeth
and a form of eye disease. He de-
scribes three cases, in each of which
the teeth were in very bad condition.
The gums were soft and spongy, bleed-
ing easily, while tiny drops of pus could
be pressed out from their margins. The
breath had a sour smell, and the comn
plexion was of a muddy, sallow tint.
In caring for these cases the first step
was tn nnrlfw the month and rLnt the
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